The list of games that support Nvidia’s DLSS upscaling tech grows this month.
Nvidia has today announced that more games are adding support for DLSS sometime this month. The new titles join the recently released Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition, for a total of nine arrivals in May, and 50 overall.
These games are No Man’s Sky, Everspace 2, Amid Evil, Aron’s Adventure, Redout: Space Assault, Scavengers, and Wrench. Following Into the Radius in March, a number of VR games are now also starting to adopt DLSS. From today’s list, we have Wrench, and No Man’s Sky’s VR mode (as well as its standard mode), with more on the way.
Although Days Gone, which is out today on PC, sadly does not support DLSS, Nvidia did release some new drivers designed for Sony Bend’s zombie survival game. The new drivers, available to download now, are also optimised for Knockout City.
DLSS is Nvidia’s AI-based upscaling tech, available to all RTX GPU owners. It produces a picture nearly identical to native resolution, while significantly boosting performance in supported games. DLSS is so revolutionary, in fact, our own Alex Donaldson really wants the next Nintendo Switch to support it.
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