NVIDIA's RTX technology has revolutionized the gaming industry, enabling developers to create more immersive games with realistic lighting and reflections through real-time ray tracing.
The latest 3rd generation GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards feature advanced technologies such as DLSS 3, which multiplies performance with AI-accelerated frame generation in 30 games, and DLSS 2, which accelerates frame rates in over 280 games with superior image quality. Additionally, NVIDIA Reflex reduces system latency for a more responsive gaming experience in over 70 games.
This week, we celebrate the launch of the technology preview of Cyberpunk 2077's Ray Tracing: Overdrive Mode, while High On Life and Like a Dragon: Ishin! have added DLSS 2 support. Many other games with support for RTX technologies are also on the horizon. Of the millions of GeForce RTX desktop GPU owners, 83% of 40 Series gamers enabled ray tracing, and 79% accelerated performance with DLSS in RTX capable games. This popularity and adoption of ray tracing and DLSS have outpaced other advancements and technologies, such as 4K and high refresh rate gaming monitors. With NVIDIA's continuous innovations, the future of gaming is looking brighter than ever.
Everspace 2 Exits Early Access To Critical Acclaim
ROCKFISH Games' Everspace 2 added DLSS 2 back in May 2021 during Early Access. If you're unfamiliar with the game, it's a fast-paced single-player spaceship shooter with exploration in space and on planets, tons of loot, RPG elements, mining, and crafting. Players gave Everspace 2 great reviews during Early Access, and last week it officially launched to critical acclaim.
GeForce RTX gamers who dive into the game will discover a massive, graphically advanced universe, whose performance can be significantly accelerated with DLSS 2.
Like a Dragon: Ishin! Update Adds DLSS 2
1860's Kyo is plagued by widespread inequality, and one samurai will change the course of history in his search for justice, in Like a Dragon: Ishin!. Take up the sword of Sakamoto Ryoma and venture to Kyoto to find your father's killer, clear yourself of a framed murder, and restore your honor. In doing so, you will bring an end to the samurai era and forever change the future of Japan. Draw your blade, load your revolver, and join the revolution in this heated historical adventure that only the creators of Yakuza: Like a Dragon could produce.
In a recent game update, SEGA and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio introduced DLSS 2 support, enabling GeForce RTX gamers to accelerate performance whilst maintaining the highest levels of image quality.
High On Life: Available Now With DLSS 2
Fresh out of high school with no job and no ambition, you've really got nothing going for you until an alien cartel that wants to get high off humanity invades Earth. Now, you and a team of charismatic talking guns must answer the hero's call and become the deadliest intergalactic bounty hunter the cosmos has ever seen. Travel to a variety of biomes and locations across the cosmos, go up against the nefarious Garmantuous and his gang of goons, collect loot, meet unique characters, and more, in the latest comedy adventure from Squanch Games!
Earlier this month, High On Life sent a new update hurtling across the cosmos onto players' PCs - for GeForce RTX gamers, there was an extra special treat, with the inclusion of NVIDIA DLSS 2 support.
DLSS 2-Enhanced LEAP Now Out Of Early Access
LEAP is a fast-paced, multiplayer first-person team-based shooter developed by Blue Isle Studios. LEAP pits players against one another in a variety of Competitive game modes featuring high-flying battles. Or, jump into the Special Operations mode and join forces with a team of up to 4 players to work cooperatively through a series of missions as you face off against hordes of enemies. Choose from one of 4 unique classes, each equipped with a powerful arsenal of weapons and game-altering abilities.
GeForce RTX gamers can jump into LEAP, now out of Early Access, with performance boosting NVIDIA DLSS 2 for maximum performance.