August 13, 2019 Codemasters has issued a correction regarding Nvidia DLSS support in F1 2019 patch 1.07.

AMD Contrast-Adaptive Sharpening (CAS) technology is now live in F1 2019. Forming part of AMD’s FidelityFX toolkit, which was launched alongside the RDNA architecture and RX 5700-series GPUs on July 7, CAS is a dynamic sharpening filter that AMD hopes will allow for high-quality post-processing without degrading performance or introducing visual artifacts.

F1 2019 has been a hotbed of post-processing action since its launch in June. Both AMD and Nvidia will, at some point, incorporate their own GPU technologies into Codemaster’s latest game: AMD with FidelityFX and CAS, and Nvidia with Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). However, Nvidia DLSS support will have to wait for a later patch.

“Just a quick update on yesterday’s correction to our patch notes for 1.07,” Codemasters’ updated patch notes read. “We inadvertently released a partially completed integration of Nvidia’s DLSS technology in patch 1.07 which was not supposed to be enabled until a later patch. We are currently working towards enabling this in a completed state for an upcoming patch. Thanks to Nvidia for helping us in tracking down this issue.”

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