With DSR enabled, Metal Gear textures are sharper and clearer, aliasing is reduced, objects have better definition, vegetation is more detailed and free of artifacts, and distant game detail is improved by the aforementioned increase in sample points. Below, additional interactive comparisons exemplify the massive increase in quality obtained from enabling 4K DSR in The Phantom Pain.
The best way to examine these improvements, free from Photoshop scaling, is to download the source images below, open each in Windows Photo Viewer or a similar application, zoom in on specific portions, and compare side by side using Windows' half-and-half display mode.
NVIDIA revolutionized computer displays in 2013 with the introduction of variable refresh rates, enabling gamers to enjoy highly responsive, tear-free, stutter-free experiences on G-SYNC monitors. Reviews are phenomenal, and gamers everywhere agree that it's painful to play on anything other than a G-SYNC display once you're used to the flawless experience it provides.
The best way to automatically configure and apply Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's game settings for your specific system configuration is through GeForce Experience, an invaluable tool for all GeForce GTX users. In addition to optimizing over 300 games, the free GeForce Experience application can automatically update drivers and profiles, record and stream gameplay with ShadowPlay, and can wirelessly stream PC games, including Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, to NVIDIA SHIELD devices.
When purchased from a participating store you'll get a free copy of The Phantom Pain along with the GeForce GTX 980 Ti, 980, 970 or 960 graphics card or system you selected. Alternatively, if you're an on-the-go gal or guy, you can get a free copy of The Phantom Pain with select GeForce GTX 980M and 970M notebooks. 2b1af7f3a8