Nvidia’s RTX is a game-changer and while it is obvious that a lot of modern-day hardware goes through a tough time running the games with RTX enabled, it is safe to say that DLSS has made it possible. Nvidia has worked tireless to improve the DLSS in DLSS 2.0 and today, they have announced a host of new games that are not only getting the DLSS 2.1 support but also RT support, and some of the titles are the ones that we have been waiting for a long time.
At Computex 2021, Nvidia has announced the brand new RTX-enabled titles which will be taking advantage of both their ray tracing as well as DLSS technologies. The biggest title is Red Dead Redemption 2, Rainbow Six: Siege, Doom Eternal, and No Man’s Sky. In addition to these titles, Nvidia has also several reflex titles, too.
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At the time of writing, there are now a total of 130+ games as well as applications that are compliant of the RTX technology; and all of them are able to take advantage from Nvidia’s Raytracing, DLSS, as well as Reflex technologies and deliver a great performance, as well as better visual experience. Nvidia clearly decided to bring these technologies to even more games, and we couldn’t be happier about it.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will be the first title to get the support for DLSS 2.1 soon. The same tech is going to come to other games likes Rainbow Six Siege, Doom Eternal, No Man’s Sky, Icarus, Dying: 1983. Additionally, Escape from Tarkov is also getting the Nvidia Reflex support soon.
As for Doom Eternal, this is the game that is getting support for Raytracing, the game is already able to reach great frames but with Raytracing and DLSS enabled, it will be a spectacle to look at. We cannot wait for all these titles to receive the updates.