The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 4, and Resident Evil Village will receive unofficial NVIDIA DLSS support via mods in the future.
According to Flat2VR, modder PureDark is working on adding NVIDIA DLSS support to these three games. A new video has also been released showing how DLSS improves not only performance but visual quality in Skyrim. Very impressive results considering it’s still a very early implementation.
While Skyrim and Fallout 4 will get NVIDIA DLSS support, Resident Evil Village will also get AMD FSR 2.0 support along with support for NVIDIA scaling technology.
Skyrim, Fallout 4, and Resident Evil Village aren’t the only games to get NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR 2.0 support via mods in the future, as PureDark is also working on adding them to Resident Evil 2 Remake along with Intel XeSS. As for other mods, we still don’t know when this mod will be available.
Between Skyrim, Fallout 4, and Resident Evil Village, Fallout 4 seems like the most likely game to get official NVIDIA DLSS support in the future, with a next-gen update coming sometime in 2023 and bringing vague improvements. Since consoles will get support for 4K resolution, which is apparently already available in the PC version of the game, it is possible that DLSS support will be added along with other features exclusive to PC.