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‘Hitman 3’ gets ray tracing, DLSS and AMD FSR support on PC

IO Interactive has added a host of key PC-specific features to Hitman 3.

The game now supports both ray tracing and shadow reflection on PCs with compatible graphics cards, as well as Nvidia’s Deep learning supersampling (DLSS) on RTX 20 series and newer cards.

For those of you with an older AMD or Nvidia card, the game now also supports AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR). Unfortunately, it’s only the first generation of AMD’s supersampling technology, so performance and image clarity may be far from ideal. Hopefully an upgrade to FSR 2.0 is in the works.

Hitman 3. Credit: IO Interactive

It is important to note that ray tracing in Hitman 3 seems to be extremely performance intensive, so a combination of ray tracing and DLSS or FSR is essential.

IO Interactive recommends at least one RTX 3070 graphics card with DLSS or FSR set to ‘Balanced’ for 1440p gaming with ray tracing, or at least one RTX 3060 with DLSS or FSR set to ‘Quality’ for gaming 1080p (via PCGamesN).

Earlier this month, IO Interactive announced that the game’s roguelike endurance mode, Freelancer, has been pushed back, and is scheduled for release in the “second half of 2022”.

On the plus side, the developer has also announced that a brand new map called Ambrose Island will be released for free for the game this coming July. The map will take place from the end Hitman 2 and Hitman 3’s prologue, and was intended to fill “some gaps in the plot of World of Assassination.”

In other news, a Elden Ring The mod allows you to turn your favorite NPCs and bosses into summonable companions. The mod also allows you to adjust the range of areas where you can summon a spirit so that they become Skyrim-style companions rather than occasional allies.

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