NVIDIA has recently announced that they have achieved the milestone of a total of 120 participating titles including both games and industrial apps that essentially pushes the families of RTX technologies to become one of the fastest adoption rates in the market.

NVIDIA DLSS Crysis

For the month of October, on the other hand, 10 new games are getting the NVIDIA DLSS treatment across of them while some titles are entering the family of ray tracing for the first time. For a pleasant view, we’ve summarized the performance improvement down below.

  • Back 4 Blood (Up to 46% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings)
  • Baldur’s Gate 3 (Up to 88% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings)
  • Chivalry 2 (Up to 45% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings)
  • Crysis Remastered Trilogy (DLSS Improvements TBA) (Ray Tracing Implementation)
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider (Up to 100% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings)
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider (Up to 75% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings)
  • Sword and Fairy 7 (Up to 100% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings) (Ray Tracing Implementation)
  • Swords of Legends Online (Up to 60% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings)
  • Alan Wake Remastered (Up to 100% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings)
  • F.I.S.T: Forged In Shadow Torch (Up to 200% FPS boost at 4K60FPS, Max Settings)

As always, to enjoy all of these, get your GeForce Game Drivers updated to the latest version either manually through the download page or by the GeForce Experience program.

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