Nvidia to add support of NVIDIA DLSS on 9 more games this month - Including Metro Exodus and No Man's Sky | TechNeg

Nvidia to add support of NVIDIA DLSS support on 9  more games this month - Including Metro Exodus and No Man's Sky | TechNeg


Nvidia continues to add support of NVIDIA DLSS, with 9 more games coming with Nvidia DLSS to improve performance, AI, and Tensor Core-Powered GeForce RTX Technology. 

Ray Tracing and DLSS are still getting heat since the launch of Cyberpunk 2077, as the use of Ray Tracing and DLSS had significantly improved the quality and performance of the game.

Nvidia DLSS

Nvidia now supports over 30 games for its new AI-powered DLSS. Previously seen Nvidia DLSS boosts the performance of Cyberpunk by upto 60%, and as observed in Minecraft with RTX for Windows 10 the frame rate almost doubled.



Nvidia adds support of DLSS on 9 more games 

  1. No Man's Sky
  2. AMID EVIL
  3. Aron's Adventure Integrates 
  4. Everscape 2
  5. Into the Radius
  6. Metro Exodus 
  7. Redout: Space Assasult 
  8. Scavengers Early Access
  9. Wrench

With the addition of 9 games, Nvidia DLSS now supports 50 games, and there are many other games to be announced in the coming weeks and months.




PC Enhanced Edition of Metro Exodus coming on May 6th - Features, PC System Requirements, and some FAQs | TechNeg

Enhanced Edition Metro Exodus

  • Fully ray-traced lighting throughout — every light sources is now ray-traced
  • Next-gen ray tracing and denoising
  • Next-gen temporal reconstruction technology
  • Per-pixel ray-traced global illumination
  • Ray-traced emissive surfaces with area shadows
  • An infinite number of ray-traced light boundaries
  • The atmosphere and transparent surfaces receiving ray-traced bounced lighting
  • Full ray-traced lighting model support with color bleeding and for every light source
  • Advanced ray-traced reflections
  • DX12 ultimate support, including DXR 1.1 and variable rate shading
  • GPU FP16 support and thousands of optimized shaders
  • Support for DLSS 2.0
  • Addition of FOV (field of view) slider to main game options


That's it for this article, We hope you liked the article, If you did leave a comment, and follow us on TwitterYouTube, and Instagram for Latest Tech and Gaming Updates.
Ajay - Editor

Writing about TechNews, Gaming News, PC Builds, and Reviews @techneg.tech Contact: admin@techneg.tech Instagram: www.instagram.com/lts_ajay Twitter: twitter.com/Ajay00211044

Post a Comment (0)
Previous Post Next Post