As publisher Astragon reports, the farming simulator developed by Giants Software will use the DLSS or DLAA options on computers equipped with RTX graphics cards from Nvidia. With these tools, the scenery should be displayed with an increased resolution, image quality and frame rate. For example, thanks to DLSS, the image can be reproduced in 4K resolution while it was only rendered in 1080p. This is made possible by an AI algorithm that makes the appropriate calculations. The sample trailer published by Nvidia shows what these differences look like in practice. For further details on DLSS we recommend the special on 4Players.de.
Another fresh video gives an insight into the mountain landscape of Erlengrat, which is inspired by European Alpine regions. After Elmcreek, which is based on the American Midwest and the Haut-Beyleron, which is based on southern France, the third region available in the game is also presented.
Farming Simulator 22 (from 34,99€ at pre-order) will be released on November 22nd for PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and Stadia. The test on 4Players.de is already in progress, but is not to be expected before the release date.