NVIDIA DLSS To Be Adopted By 9 New Games With RTX Enabled

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NVIDIA DLSS To Be Adopted By 9 New Games With RTX Enabled

Nvidia Builds DLSS Momentum Reveals 9 New RTX Enabled Games

Yesterday 9 new games due to adopt the NVIDIA DLSS technology featured in the upcoming GeForce RTX graphics cards were announced by Nvidia.

Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) technology is perhaps the biggest innovation that is included within the company’s RTX series of Turing graphics card lineup, at least outside of Ray Tracing acceleration.

In effect, DLSS allows Nvidia RTX graphics cards to play games at higher resolutions with lower amounts of computational performance, upscaling images with an AI-made algorithm to offer image quality levels that are similar to a native resolution presentation. In short, this technology allows supported games to run faster on Nvidia RTX enabled graphics cards, making high framerate gameplay at high resolutions more achievable than ever before.

So far Nvidia has announced that 16 games will support the company’s DLSS technology, but now we can add nine more games to the list, which include Devolver Digital’s SCUM, Overkill’s The Walking Dead and Ninja Theory’s Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice. All titles that are new to this list will have “Newly Added” listed beside the game’s name. No games support DLSS at the time of writing, the titles listed below have agreed to support DLSS, with launch games adding support via future patches/updates.
– Ark: Survival Evolved
– Atomic Heart
– Darksiders III – Newly added
– Dauntless
– Deliver Us The Moon: Fortuna – Newly Added
– Fear The Wolves – Newly Added
– Final Fantasy XV
– Fractured Lands
– Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – Newly added
– Hitman 2
– Islands of Nyne
– Justice
– JX3
– KINETIK – Newly added
– Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries
– Outpost Zero – Newly Added
– Overkill’s The Walking Dead – Newly Added
– Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds
– Remnant: From the Ashes
– SCUM – Newly Added
– Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass
– Shadow of the Tomb Raider
– Stormdivers – Newly Added
– The Forge Arena
– We Happy Few

Nvidia’s performance data below showcases the performance benefits of DLSS, which allows Nvidia’s RTX 2080 to offer a 2x performance boost over the company’s GTX 1080 in four of six DLSS enabled test cases. This feature enables Nvidia to offer increased game performance without the need for improved computational capabilities, thanks to the AI performance that is provided by Nvidia’s Tensor cores.

RTX enabled games can offer support for Ray Tracing, DLSS or both, with the following games planning to provide support for real-time Ray Tracing in the future.

– Assetto Corsa Competizione
– Atomic Heart
– Battlefield V
– Control
– Enlisted
– Justice
– JX3
– MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries
– Metro Exodus
– ProjectDH
– Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Nvidia’s list of DLSS supported games will only grow over time, offering Nvidia a killer performance advantage to flaunt over their competition. Only Nvidia RTX series graphic cards can support DLSS at this time, thanks to the inclusion of Tensor cores within the company’s Turing architecture.

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