Ladies and gentlemen, gamers of the digital realm, gather 'round! Nvidia, the wizards behind the graphics cards that power our gaming dreams, have just unleashed a slew of exciting news. Brace yourselves, for a host of new games will soon receive the magical touch of DLSS support, bringing forth the power of frame rate-boosting upscaling and frame generation. Prepare to witness the likes of Tekken 8 and Enshrouded basking in the glory of this AI-enhanced technology. And that's not all, my friends—Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will also join the ranks of DLSS-supported games. With these additions, Nvidia's DLSS game roster will soar to over 500 titles, a veritable treasure trove for gamers everywhere.
Now, let's delve into the mystical world of DLSS, where each game's support is as unique as a unicorn's tail. Some titles will gain access to the wondrous DLSS 3 frame generation technique, capable of bestowing upon us frame rates of mythical proportions. But alas, not every game will partake in this grand spectacle, as some will be limited to the enchanting upscaling powers of DLSS 2. Remember, dear gamers, the level of support bestowed upon each title is not dependent on the might of your graphics card but rather the whims of the gaming gods.
Without further ado, let us unveil the list of new DLSS-infused games:
- Tekken 8: The Battle Rages On
- Enshrouded: Shadows of Destiny
- Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth
- Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League
Oh, what wonders await us! Feast your eyes upon the majesty of Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, the only game in this illustrious lineup blessed with the power of DLSS 3 frame generation at launch. As for the other titles, they shall revel in the enchantment of DLSS 2, a force to be reckoned with in its own right.
Now, why are these DLSS and AMD FSR support announcements so crucial, you may wonder? Well, dear readers, these magical graphics features can only work their wonders if they are woven into the very fabric of the game. It's not a matter of a simple flick of a driver switch to enable these delights. Unlike AMD's recently unveiled AMD FMF technology, which emulates the abilities of DLSS 3 and FSR 3 by generating new frames between the ones normally rendered, DLSS and FSR require the games themselves to be imbued with their powers. Fear not, for FMF has its own brand of sorcery—it resides within the driver itself, capable of working its magic on any game. However, it is exclusively available to those who wield the mighty AMD Radeon RX 6000 and RX 7000 graphics cards.
So, dear readers, the time has come to make your choices. Will you embrace the allure of DLSS support in these magnificent games, or will you venture into the realm of AMD FMF? The power is in your hands, and we eagerly await your thoughts and opinions on the matter. Share your gaming wisdom with us on the PCGamesN Facebook and X pages, for your voices shall shape the destiny of the gaming world. Let the adventure begin!