Two fresh additions have been welcomed into the NVIDIA DLSS lineup, further extending the reach of Team Green’s AI gaming technology. Frames remain frames, and any boost is gladly welcomed.

NVIDIA DLSS for Brothers fA TAle of Two Sons Remake Myth of Empires

Although it isn’t the best treatment as in DLSS 3 and instead only DLSS 2, they still perform relatively well in the remake version of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and Myth of Empires. The former boasts a significant 2.9x increase in average FPS at 4K resolution on maximum settings after enabling DLSS, granting gamers over 150 on the GeForce RTX 4090.

Seeking even higher FPS? Lowering the resolution to 1440p elevates the FPS from 150 to 190, ensuring smoother animations and heightened responsiveness. Even casual gamers at 1080p with any GeForce RTX 40 series GPU can effortlessly achieve over 100FPS.

In the case of Myth of Empires, a modest 1.5x performance enhancement can be anticipated at 4K maximum settings.

Escape From Tarkov Arena

Regarding the forthcoming Escape From Tarkov: Arena shooters currently undergoing beta testing, it continues the appreciated legacy of NVIDIA Reflex from the original game, reducing latency for swifter input and responses against adversaries, with latency reduced by up to 36%.

Speaking of Reflex, several other games have integrated it, alongside additional Reflex-related developments:

  • Apex Legends: Breakout sees responsiveness bolstered by up to 48%.
  • Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden experiences an enhancement in responsiveness by up to 48%.
  • Call of Duty Warzone observes a responsiveness improvement of up to 28%.
  • Overwatch 2 Season 9: Champions enjoys a remarkable 60% increase in responsiveness.
  • 3 gaming mice have been Reflex-certified: the Alienware Pro Wireless, NZXT Lift 2 Ergo, and NZXT Lift 2 Symm.

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