Welcome to this guide on how to use DLSS instead of FSR in Resident Evil 4. Follow these steps carefully to enhance your gaming experience.
By default, the game only supports FSR 1/2 upscaling. However, by using the RE-Framework, you can enable and use both DLSS and XESS. In this guide, we will only focus on DLSS.
Firstly, download the ReFramework from [github.com]. Extract the dinput8.dll from the zip file into your RE4 game installation folder. Then, download the UpscalerBasePlugin from [google.com] and place it in the RESIDENT EVIL 4\reframework\plugins folder.
Next, download the DLSS.dll from [techpowerup.com]. It is recommended to download version 2.5.1 instead of 3.1.11 to avoid ghosting. Place the nvngx_dlss.dll in the RESIDENT EVIL 4\reframework\plugins folder.
After installing everything, start the game. On the left side of the screen, you will see the ReFramework menu. You can switch it by pressing the “Insert” key. You can also change the key by clicking on “Configuration”. In the menu, select the TemporalUpscaling article and toggle on Enable. Then, select the DLSS quality level of your choice.
Lastly, switch between Upscale and Jitter, depending on your preference for sharpness. Note that DLAA provides better quality but lower FPS.
By following these steps, you can enjoy sharper images and greater FPS in Resident Evil 4. Thank you for reading this guide on how to use DLSS instead of FSR.