Arkane Studios' latest update for its time looping assassination game Deathloop is bringing some new features, accessibility options, and AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 2.0 support for PC players.
AMD is expecting big gains and sharp visuals with its FSR 2.0 implementation, a platform agnostic upscaling method that promises to maintain visual clarity while providing impressive performance boosts. Early reviews showed the technology trading blows with Nvidia's popular DLSS 2.0 solution. With today's Game Update 3 launch, PC players using AMD, Nvidia, or Intel graphics can try out the innovative technology for themselves.
Meanwhile, Arkane Lyon's Photo Mode for the title is exactly what it sounds like, offering players a method to freeze the action and take stylized snapshots of whatever they want. Accessible in single-player, players can utilize any camera angle for their shots, while also tweaking elements like NPCs, poses, filters, outfits, weapons, focus, and much more.
New accessibility options make up the rest of this major update, with an entirely new category being added to the options menu. Players will now find keyboard and D-pad support for menu navigation, subtitle text customization options, and other HUD improvements.
As for improving gameplay accessibility, players can now make the experience much easier with increased reprices, aim assist that locks on to targets, game speed reduction options, a one shot kill toggle, and much more. Find the full list of accessibility improvements in the patch notes blog post over here.
Game Update 3 for Deathloop is now available across PC and PlayStation consoles. We have yet to get a release date for the game's Xbox Series X|S version though. While Arkane Lyon continues to work on its shooter project, earlier today it was revealed Arkane Austin's upcoming RPG Redfall has been delayed alongside Starfield.