Growing library harnesses the power of NVIDIA technologies for smoother gameplay and uninterrupted workflows
NVIDIA this week announced a significant milestone, with over 290 games and applications now supporting NVIDIA DLSS. The latest games to support this exclusive technology from NVIDIA are Bleak Faith: Forsaken, Romancelvania, and Sherlock Holmes The Awakened. The latest Game Ready drivers have also been released to give the best possible experience when gaming on GeForce RTX graphics cards, and includes support for five new g-SYNC compatible gaming monitors from AOC and Dell.
To further push the limits of gaming, NVIDIA also announced that the game Returnal will have support for DLSS3 from April 25th, further improving gaming performance and visuals. The game launched on PC in February 2023, and offered out-of-the-box support for DLSS 2 and ray tracing. For gamers equipped with the latest RTX 40 series GPUs, DLSS 3 will be able to make 90 FPS+ gameplay at 4K a reality, with every setting and ray tracing maxed out.
DLSS 2 continues to be added in volume to a ton of games, thanks to the many tools, plug-ins and game engine integrations NVIDIA has delivered to help game developers and make game integration simpler. The latest games to add DLSS 2, include Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6, Gun Jam, and Stranger Of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin.
Gamers patiently waiting for the release of The Lord of the Rings: Gollum on May 25th can enjoy accelerated performance with DLSS 3 and DLSS 2, and enjoy the ray-traced reflections and shadows at the highest possible frame rates. Additionally, all GeForce gamers can reduce system latency with NVIDIA Reflex, and GeForce GTX players can increase performance with best-in-class platform-agnostic NVIDIA Image Scaling (NIS) spatial upscaler and sharpening algorithm.