Returnal DLSS 3, which was released to PC through Epic Games Store and Steam in February, also received support. Three additional names have joined those games that are compatible with DLSS 2. More details are available here.
Develop with Returnal 3 Support for DLSS
NVIDIA announced last week that the total number of DLSS supported games and apps has surpassed the 290th percentile. Returnal will receive DLSS 3 support on April 25th. There are more games to get DLSS 2 support is increasing.
DLSS 3 Performance Support for Returnal
Returnal that was released for PC in February and was met with praise from the public, was also granted DLSS 2 as well as ray tracer support with its launch. On April 25th, Returnal receives the DLSS 3 update which will enhance its performance. Frame rates were increased to 2.2 per cent in GeForce 4090 RTX, providing gamers with a performance of up to 180 FPS. GeForce 4080 offers DLSS support and more than 140 FPS of gaming. In addition, on the other GeForce the RTX40 Series, this GPU provides gaming speeds of 90 FPS+ in 4K, with the DLSS 3 feature, ray tracing, and the entire settings to their max.
The support for DLSS 3, DLSS 2, Reflex, and ray tracer makes it possible to enjoy Returnal in its finest form with any GeForce RTX laptop or GPU.
DLSS 2 Continues to Support Hundreds of Games
DLSS 2 is still being integrated into a variety of games thanks to the numerous tools, plug-ins and engine interfaces NVIDIA can provide to help game developers and ease game integration. The most recent games to get DLSS 2 support are:
- Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 (available with DLSS 2 support)
- GUN JAM (accessible through DLSS 2. support)
- STRANGER OF PARKASY FINAL FANTASY Origin (accessible through DLSS 2 with support)
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If The Lord of the Rings: Gollum debuts in May, PCs with GeForce RTX gamers will be able to boost performance using DLSS 3 and DLSS 2 and will be able to enjoy ray-traced reflections, and shadows with the highest frame rates. In addition all GeForce gamers will be able to minimize the system’s lag using NVIDIA Reflex. GeForce GTX gamers can improve performance by using the most efficient system-agnostic NVIDIA Image Scaling (NIS) sharpening and spatial upscaling algorithms.