The very first Starfield mod developed by prominent modder doodlum (the very same one behind the current Skyrim Light Limit Fix mod that gets rid of the limitations on vibrant lights in The Elder Scrolls V) is called Upscaling Fix. As you may think from its name, it deals with a problem with the default video game’s upscaling application.
Although the FSR execution was obviously made by AMD, they forgot to set the unfavorable mipmap predisposition which is needed to prevent fuzzy textures. This plugin includes the predisposition according to AMD’s main suggestion, which is completely suitable with vibrant resolution scaling.
The outcome is that at any resolution, textures look substantially sharper, especially foliage.
Ideally, this triggers Bethesda or AMD to repair their execution so this mod is no longer needed in future video game variations.
The problem likewise encompasses the modded NVIDIA DLSS and Intel XeSS applications because they piggyback on the default video game’s AMD FSR 2. To show the enhancement of his Upscaling Fix Starfield mod, doodlum shared a brief video contrast running DLSS.
Setting up the mod is a rather basic affair. Steam gamers should set up the Starfield Script Extender (SFSE) and after that the SFSE ASI Loader plugin, likewise made by doodlum. They can simply drop the mod’s contents into the Data folder, and it’ll work with any of the 3 upscalers.
Microsoft Store/Game Pass users, on the other hand, can not utilize SFSE. They’ll have to set up Ultimate ASI Loader rather and after that put the contents of the Upscaling Fix mod into the root folder of the video game, near Starfield.exe.
The modding neighborhood continues to work to enhance the video game ahead of the main mod tools, which will be launched in 2024 by Bethesda. In the meantime, there are currently a lots of terrific mods and tweaks, the most fascinating of which are consisted of in our detailed post, and more will come quickly consisting of the HD Reworked Project by Halk Hogan.
In other Starfield news, the video game topped the UK retail chart and might well be the most significant launch of the year in the United Kingdom.