Arcadegeddon, AMD Super Resolution on PC and PS5 with the latest update

Arcadegeddon, AMD Super Resolution on PC and PS5 with the latest update


Arcadegeddon has introduced support for AMD Super Resolution on PC and PS5 with the latest update, and it is one of the first titles ever to use this technology on consoles.

As you know, AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution is a technique that, in a very similar way to NVIDIA's DLSS, allows you to upscale the resolution without losing quality and details.

This is a fundamental technology even more so on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, which in this way will be able to offer high frame rates in the presence of ray tracing while maintaining an output at 4K.

In the case of Arcadegeddon, which we tried a few days ago, this technique was used in conjunction with the TAAU Hybrid Upscaling to achieve the best possible compromise.

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Arcadegeddon is a new arena shooter from Friday the 13th dev IllFonic

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Friday the 13th developer IllFonic is publishing its first game, and you can get it in early access on PlayStation 5 starting today. The game is Arcadegeddon, and it is a cooperative shooting experience where players must work together to save an arcade. In a new trailer, IllFonic showed players using various weapons in a colorful world to taker on hoards of enemies.

Like other cooperative shooters, Arcadegeddon is about building up your character and unlocking cosmetic upgrades. The game is launching in full in 2022.

While Arcadegeddon is a run-based game, it also breaks up the action with mid-run player-vs.-player challenges. This enables you and your friends to fight for bonus loot.

For IllFonic, this is its first time every publishing a game on its own. But the studio learned a lot from developing Friday the 13th. While that game was a surprise hit, it had a number of connection issues following its debut. The studio is seemingly using early access on PlayStation to eliminate those issues before launching the game next year.

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