Nvidia announced a series of games that add DLSS, and some games that will support DLSS and ray tracing.
DLSS promises to provide the maximum frame rate to drive a higher resolution and refresh rate experience.
Games that will add Ray Tracing and DLSS at the same time include: “Five Nights at Freddy’s: Safety Breakthrough”, “Medium” from “Stupid Team” and “Fist: Forged in Shadow Torch”.
It was also announced that Nvidia Reflex, which provides low system latency for competitive games, will soon enter “Overwatch” and “Rainbow Six: Siege.”
The latest games to join DLSS include “Call of Duty: Warzone”, “Steel Clash”, “Eternal Edge” and “Outriders” in the upcoming “Square Enix” and “People Can Fly”.
Previously planned to be released in February, Outriders will arrive on April 1. People Can Fly said that the late release will give the studio more time to fine-tune things.
To keep you satisfied, the demo will be launched on February 25 and will feature the first few hours of the game. You will be able to try all four character classes in single player and co-op games, and all progress will be saved to the main game at the time of purchase.
The game was announced during E3 2019 and was initially scheduled to be released last summer. In addition to the PC version, the game can also be used on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.