Nvidia has announced a set of games that are adding DLSS, as well as some which will support it as well as ray tracing.
DLSS promises to deliver maximum frame rates to drive higher resolution and refresh rate experiences.
Games that will be adding both Ray Tracing and DLSS include Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach, The Medium from Bloober Team, and F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch.
It was also announced that Nvidia Reflex, which delivers low system latency for competitive games, is coming to Overwatch and Rainbow Six Siege.
The latest games adding DLSS include Call of Duty: Warzone, Iron Conflict, Edge of Eternity, and the upcoming title Outriders from Square Enix and People Can Fly.
Previously set to be released in February, Outriders will instead arrive on April 1. People Can Fly said that the belated release will provide the studio with extra time to fine-tune things.
To keep you sated, a demo will be rolling out on February 25 and features the first few hours of the game. You will be able to try all four character classes across single-player and co-op, and all progress will be saved to the main game should you purchase it.
Announced during E3 2019, the game was originally slated to release last summer. Alongside the PC version, the game is also coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
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