NVIDIA Reminds Us That Twelve More Games with Ray Tracing and DLSS Are Coming This Year

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Are you a GeForce user who’s still stuck on the Pascal generation? NVIDIA has published a dozen more reasons as to why you might want to finally ditch that GTX 1080 Ti and upgrade to a Turing or Ampere model.

At least twelve new titles featuring ray tracing and/or DLSS (the company’s AI-based upscaling technology) will be released by the holidays. These include a few titles that you’ve probably already heard of, such as Cyberpunk 2077, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, and Watch Dogs: Legion.

There’s plenty more that will benefit from NVIDIA’s RTX and DLSS technologies, however. Here’s the complete list, along with their respective features and release dates:

NVIDIA also made sure to point out that Fortnite, one of the world’s most popular games, also supports ray tracing and DLSS. Square Enix’s Marvel’s Avengers and F1 2020 recently adopted DLSS support as well.

And let’s not forget about NVIDIA’s newer DLSS Ultra performance mode, which enables 8K gaming. “Games that currently support DLSS Ultra performance include Control, Death Stranding, Justice, Marvel’s Avengers, Minecraft with RTX Beta for Windows 10, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood,” the company noted. “Future support is coming to Boundary, Bright Memory: Infinite, Enlisted, Ready or Not, Scavengers, and Watch Dogs: Legion.”

We’ve copied the trailers for this year’s biggest titles with RTX/DLSS below, which demonstrate what ray tracing can do for a game’s visuals. Enjoy!

Tsing Mui
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