Before the release of Farming Simulator 22, NVIDIA advertised and pushed this game as part of the lineup of new and upcoming DLSS-supported games in November. But when the game fully released, it surprisingly also had support for NVIDIA's Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing (DLAA). DLAA is NVIDIA's DLSS image enhancement technology rendered at native resolution, so improvements to quality can be expected even compared to native "default" rendering. More and more game developers have started adding DLAA support alongside DLSS; thus far, Farming Simulator 22 is the third game to fully support DLAA. In the graphics settings menu, DLAA is found under the "post-process anti-aliasing" options. This game also supports AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR).
What's also interesting about Farming Simulator 22 is that there are subtle differences in the implementation of NVIDIA's Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS), NVIDIA's Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing (DLAA), and AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), which we are keen to find out more about.
Below, you will find comparison screenshots at 4K, 1440p, 1080p, and in different DLSS/FSR quality modes; the DLAA and TAA screenshots are also available in the dropdown. For those who want to see how DLAA, DLSS, and FSR perform in motion, watch our side-by-side comparison video. The video can help uncover issues like shimmering, which are not visible in the screenshots.
All tests were made using a GeForce RTX 3080 GPU at Very High graphics settings with motion blur and depth of field disabled. DLSS in this game shipped with version 2.3.4.
Side by Side Comparison Video