Summary: This week brings exciting news for gamers as several titles add support for DLSS 3 and DLSS 2, enhancing the gaming experience on GeForce RTX GPUs with up to 500 FPS at 1080p and 3.5X performance boost at 4K.
- Desynced provides a significant performance boost with frame rates multiplied by an average of 2.2X at 4K
- Remnant II introduces a new quest chain, enemies, bosses, items, armor, weapons, and even a new Archetype called the Ritualist
- Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin offers DLSS 2 to accelerate frame rates by an average of 63% at 4K
Welcome to our weekly update on the latest DLSS and RTX integrations in games and apps! This week brings exciting news for gamers as several titles add support for DLSS 3 and DLSS 2, enhancing the gaming experience on Geforce RTX GPUs.
First up, Desynced, an Early Access sci-fi strategy game, is set to release a game update on November 16th with support for DLSS 3. This update will provide a significant performance boost, with frame rates multiplied by an average of 2.2X at 4K, and a 1.7X boost at both 1440p and 1080p. GeForce RTX gamers can expect to play Desynced at up to 500 FPS at 1080p.
Next, Remnant II, the highly anticipated sequel to Remnant: From the Ashes, is receiving The Awakened King DLC today. This DLC introduces a new quest chain, enemies, bosses, items, armor, weapons, and even a new Archetype called the Ritualist. GeForce RTX gamers can take advantage of various DLSS modes to tailor their gaming experience. With DLSS 3, owners of GeForce RTX 40 Series cards can multiply frame rates by an average of 3.5X, allowing for smooth gameplay at max settings and 4K resolution.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin, a new real-time strategy game set in the Warhammer fantasy universe, will be available on November 17th. GeForce RTX gamers can activate DLSS 2 to accelerate frame rates by an average of 63% at 4K, delivering a smoother and more immersive gaming experience.
Earth: Revival, a sci-fi open-world survival game, is entering its Open Beta phase on November 16th. GeForce RTX owners can utilize DLSS 2 to boost frame rates by an average of 57% at 4K, ensuring a seamless gameplay experience in this post-alien invasion world.
Lastly, The Lord of the Rings: Return to Moria is now available, offering players the chance to reclaim the lost spoils of Dwarven homeland. DLSS 2 is included from day one, providing an average performance increase of 2.5X at 4K. With frame rates exceeding 120 FPS on every GeForce RTX 40 Series GPU, players can fully immerse themselves in the mysteries of Moria.
These DLSS and RTX integrations continue to showcase the power and capabilities of GeForce RTX GPUs. Stay tuned for more updates on the latest advancements in gaming technology!
DLSS: DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) is an advanced AI-powered technology developed by NVIDIA that enhances real-time graphics rendering in video games and applications. DLSS utilizes deep learning algorithms to upscale lower-resolution images in real-time, resulting in higher-quality visuals while maintaining optimal performance. By harnessing the power of AI and deep neural networks, DLSS effectively boosts frame rates and image quality, enabling gamers to experience smoother gameplay and more immersive graphics without sacrificing computational efficiency. This technology has gained widespread recognition for its ability to deliver impressive visual fidelity and improved performance simultaneously, revolutionizing the way modern computer graphics are processed and displayed.
DLSS Website: https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce/technologies/dlss
Geforce: Geforce is a line of graphics processing units (GPUs) developed by Nvidia. It is the most popular GPU used in the computer industry today. Geforce GPUs are used in gaming PCs, workstations, and high-end laptops. They are also used in virtual reality systems, artificial intelligence, and deep learning applications. Geforce GPUs are designed to deliver high performance and power efficiency, making them ideal for gaming and other demanding applications. They are also capable of rendering high-resolution graphics and providing smooth, realistic visuals. Geforce GPUs are used in a variety of applications, from gaming to professional workstations, and are the preferred choice for many computer users.
GPU: GPU stands for Graphics Processing Unit and is a specialized type of processor designed to handle graphics-intensive tasks. It is used in the computer industry to render images, videos, and 3D graphics. GPUs are used in gaming consoles, PCs, and mobile devices to provide a smooth and immersive gaming experience. They are also used in the medical field to create 3D models of organs and tissues, and in the automotive industry to create virtual prototypes of cars. GPUs are also used in the field of artificial intelligence to process large amounts of data and create complex models. GPUs are becoming increasingly important in the computer industry as they are able to process large amounts of data quickly and efficiently.
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