50 Games with RTX and DLSS
With the announcements from Nvidia’s most recent conference, featuring the RTX 3080 graphics card, even more games have been shown off harnessing the power of Nvidia’s implementation of real time Ray Tracing (RTX) and Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). For those unfamiliar with these increasingly popular buzzwords, ray tracing refers to the technology to render light, shadows, and reflections in more vibrant and realistic ways – much like you would see in movie CGI – that’s fast becoming available for more and more games as next gen approaches. DLSS refers to an aspect of GPU technology that harnesses machine learning artificial intelligence (AI) to increase frame rates in highly demanding graphical situations – and more importantly, without sacrificing the graphical output, instead of having to choose between better quality or better frame rate.
In short, ray tracing-enabled graphics cards from Nvidia (and eventually from AMD as well) are slowly building up a library of games to take advantage of these new features, with even more coming thanks to the capabilities of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles. In the meantime, we’ve got a list of every known PC game that currently supports RTX and DLSS, and which games that will support it on release, or plan to release an update to support these features.
RTX Enabled Games Out Now
The list below may be small now, but expect it to increase a lot once developer are able to work on consoles that harness the power of ray tracing alongside PC versions of the game.
RTX Enabled Games Coming Soon
A few of the games listed below are currently waiting on patches to include RTX support, while others will have it readily available when they launch later in 2020 and beyond.
DLSS Enabled Games Out Now
Much like the list of RTX games, the list of DLSS compatible games is pretty light, but will continue to expand as more developers are able to harness the technology.
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