Starfield is perhaps one of the most anticipated games we've seen in quite some time, and while Bethesda recently showcase the title fully, for perhaps the final time, we're still amped and have some so many questions.

With Starfield taking us all around the galaxy, they've now announced a brand new partnership with AMD to take the game to new heights.

Starfield Announces Partnership With AMD - No DLSS 3

While Starfield is perhaps the most ambitious title that we've seen out of a company in years, Bethesda has always been known to push the boundaries of gaming, and this is no exception.

With the new collaboration with AMD, Todd Howard has noted that this new partnership with AMD is seeking to unlock the full potential for PC gamers.

However while AMD users are amped for this, there's been some heavy concerns regarding the ability to take advantage of graphical features from Nvidia such as DLSS 3 and Ray Tracing.

While Howard and AMD executives have not confirmed nor denied these notions, we'll have to wait and see what type of settings will be useable for players on launch.