Verdict, missing new patches introduce official NVIDIA DLSS support, DLAA

The PC versions of Judgment and Lost Judgment, which launched on Steam and the Epic Games Store earlier this year, received new patches today that introduce official NVIDIA DLSS support and fix a select set of issues.

The new patches for both games, as mentioned above, introduce NVIDIA DLSS support for both games, the settings of which can be found in the graphic settings menu. In addition, NVIDIA DLAA (Deep Learning Anti- Aliasing) support has been added, which can also be found in the graphic settings menu. The two patches also change the first boot FSR settings for both games on the Steam Deck and more. The full patch notes can be found below.

Judgment Patch Notes Dec 20

DLSS support is now fully supported for Judgment!

• NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA DLSS Sharpness are now available under Graphics Settings > Detailed Settings
• NVIDIA DLAA has been added under Graphics Settings > Detailed Settings

The following settings have been changed for the first boot on SteamDeck
• FSR is now discontinued and FSR2.1 is now active
• FPS is now 60

Other fixes:

When playing darts outside of the 16:9 aspect ratio, the small screen on the bottom left changes.

The missing referee patch notes on December 20th

DLSS support is now fully supported for Lost Judgment!

• NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA DLSS Sharpness are now available under Graphics Settings > Detailed Settings
• NVIDIA DLAA has been added under Graphics Settings > Detailed Settings

The following settings have been changed for first boot on SteamDeck:

• FSR is now discontinued and FSR2.1 is now active
• FPS is now 60

Other fixes:

• An issue that prevented players from clearing Hikawa’s Scoop mission when the screen corner is in a different position.
• Addresses an issue with the destruction effect caused by an unexpected counter change when running Motorbike Racing in an aspect ratio other than 16:9.
• When playing darts outside of the 16:9 aspect ratio, the small screen on the left bottom no longer changes unexpectedly.

Judgment and Lost Judgment are available on PC as well as on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One. You can learn more about the two games by checking out our reviews.

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With an excellent detective story, deeply likable characters, and welcome improvements to the combat and investigation mechanics, Lost Judgment will not disappoint any fan of the original, the Yakuza series, or anyone looking for a very mature story. The game doesn’t try to change the original formula, which can certainly put some players off, but that’s not a problem when the quality is as high as it is in the latest game from Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio.

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