While neither Activision nor Nvidia announced support for DLSS in Call of Duty: Vanguard, even though the beta features Reflex (Modern Warfare, Black Ops Cold War, and Warzone all have DLSS), it appears that the Call of Duty of this year also has support for AMD’s spatial scaling technology, Fidelity Fx Super Resolution.

Neither AMD nor Sledgehammer Games announced anything about it at the moment, but Reddit user Wolik69 posted an image showing that the “adv_options.ini” file contains the option to enable and disable FSR, which now has changes to the names of your settings.

  • Performance = Maximum Performance
  • Balanced = Balanced
  • Ultra Quality = Quality
  • Maximum Quality = Ultra Quality

Perhaps AMD or Sledgehammer have changed it so as not to clash with Nvidia’s modes, apart from the fact that DLSS’s Ultra Quality Mode was not officially announced or incorporated into any game.

Last but not least, Wolik69 claims that FSR works very well in the Call of Duty: Vanguard beta, being able to observe 120 FPS in Maximum Performance mode and 80 FPS in Maximum Quality when playing in 4K.

The Call of Duty: Vanguard beta will be open to all PC, PlayStation and Xbox players, while those who received a code from promotions or pre-ordered the game could play it from yesterday.

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