Battlefield 5 DLSS Support “Most Likely” For Launch

Battlefield 5 DLSS support will be added to the game at launch according to the multiplayer director. This was revealed in a recent Reddit thread that was regarding the game being blurry.

Players thought that this was the TAA coming into play but according to the multiplayer director, this was due to an errant full-screen lens effect. The following is what he had to say regarding the matter:

The beta “TAA issues” we’re not, in fact, TAA – but an errant full-screen lens effect that was turned on all the time, simulating the effect of a lens with crunched edges by scaling up (pixels) in the majority of the center of the screen. It applied first and combined with TAA (no matter setting) it produced blurry half pixels, worse looking at some resolutions.

This feature caused a lot of eye strain and players have complained about it. The multiplayer director mentioned that feedback has been taken into account and that the effect is now removed so that should reduce eye strain.

Battlefield 5 DLSS Support For RTX Cards

Battlefield 5 DLSS Support

He also mentioned that players won’t be able to turn off TAA all the way as doing so would break the effects engine would essentially break. He finally touched on the matter of Battlefield 5 DLSS support  and the following is what he had to say in this regard:

We are however most likely supporting DLSS, which for the lucky few with a card to utilize that will save performance. Of course, as with everything – if there is still more issues with eye strain post-launch we’ll be fixing them too.

So there you have it folks. Battlefield 5 DLSS support might be coming at launch. TAA cannot be turned off completely. Amongst all the issues with Battlefield 5, you can add this to the mix. Keeping in mind that the game is still a few weeks away the devs could make the necessary changes that the fans are asking for.

Let us know what you think about Battlefield 5 DLSS support and whether or not you have a graphics card that supports this feature.