Modder PureDark has released a mod that adds DLSS 3 to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, which drastically increases the frame rate in the game, something very welcome for a game that has been suffering from performance issues since launch.
Users with GeForce RTX 40 Series cards who tested the mod got twice the performance, resulting in a much better experience than what the game was offering without it.
While there are still some stutters from time to time caused by a lack of optimization with Unreal Engine 4, the gameplay is much better with DLSS 3 enabled.
Literally doubled the framerate of the new star wars game pic.twitter.com/jW8IptrIIH
— Mutahar (@OrdinaryGamers) May 7, 2023
PureDark previously made DLSS 3 mods for Elden Ring and Skyrim. Now he’s working on replacing Jedi: Survivor’s awful FSR2 implementation with DLSS 2.
In case you’re wondering why the game didn’t come with DLSS natively, the reason is that there’s probably some agreement between EA and AMD to only use FSR 2.
To download the DLSS 3 mod, you need to become a Patreon by PureDark.