Starfield got off to an incredibly strong start when it landed in September - breaking all sorts of records, but this hasn't stopped the team from working around the clock to improve the game on all fronts.
The next update is exclusively for the PC version of the game. It will feature Nvidia DLSS support with frame generation, display and HDR controls for supported systems, along with some other "optimizations and improvements". Here's the full rundown from Bethesda:
"We've been hard at work on @StarfieldGame updates and will be putting our next one into Steam Beta next week. This update will feature Nvidia DLSS support with frame generation, display and HDR controls for supported systems, and other optimizations and improvements. You'll be able to opt-in to try it via the Steam Beta options. We’d love your feedback before it goes live for all PC and Xbox players after that."
Starfield launched with FSR2 support but will apparently be getting AMD FSR3 support in a future update as well. The update featuring Nvidia DLSS support will go live in Steam Beta next week, with Bethesda to share "specifics soon".