Good question, maybe DLSS does not get replaced if something other than the version the game ships with is used. However, I doubt this is the case and I think it will be more difficult to use a specific DLSS version.Well, I was about to post that I didn't have that 131844 folder (I'd looked after the earlier posts in this thread and am sure it wasn't there) but... now I do. Created on 21st Nov, without me doing anything
I guess this means people won't be able to keep their 'preferred' DLSS version anymore, unless they avoid updating Nvidia drivers altogether?
That being said, even though I'm a proponent of user freedom, I do think this clearly shows the confidence Nvidia has in their product and the also believe that new versions of DLSS are an improvement for every game, even if the game was developed for another version.