NVIDIA has shared a list of games that will be released or updated this month with support for DLSS 3, the latest iteration of its AI-based upscaling technology. They include Microsoft Flight Simulator, which will be receiving a DLSS 3 update on October 17, and A Plague Tale: Requiem, which will debut with the technology when it launches on October 18 next Tuesday. DLSS 3 is available now in SUPER PEOPLE, a breakout shooter from the developers at Wonder Games.
DLSS 3 is now available in:
- SUPER PEOPLE
Upcoming DLSS 3 titles/updates:
- Microsoft Flight Simulator’s Performance Takes Off With NVIDIA DLSS 3 On October 17
- A Plague Tale: Requiem Launches October 18 With DLSS 3
- F1 22 DLSS 3 Update Coming Soon
- DLSS 3 Available In Justice ‘Fuyun Court’ New Graphics Showcase On October 12
- Loopmancer DLSS 3 Update Launches October 12
New/upcoming DLSS 2 titles:
- Batora: Lost Haven Available October 20 With DLSS 2 & Ray Tracing
- Gotham Knights Out October 21 With DLSS 2 & Ray Tracing
- PC Building Simulator 2 Out October 12 With DLSS 2
- Sackboy: A Big Adventure Coming To PC October 27 With DLSS 2
- The Last Oricru Launches October 13 With DLSS 2
- Blind Fate: Edo no Yami Available Now With DLSS 2 & Ray Tracing
- Broken Pieces Out Now With DLSS 2
DLSS 3 is a set of three complementary technologies: Super Resolution, Frame Generation, and NVIDIA Reflex, which combine to deliver great frame rates, latency, and image quality.
If a game already has DLSS 2 Super Resolution, upgrading to DLSS 3 is a simple process and will make both Super Resolution and Frame Generation available. DLSS 3 leverages the same integration points as DLSS 2 (color buffer, depth buffer, engine motion vectors, and output buffers), making upgrades from these existing SDKs easy via our new NVIDIA DLSS 3 Streamline plugin.
DLSS 3 is also coming to the world’s most popular game engines, including Unity, Unreal Engine, and Frostbite Engine, making it simple for games based on these engines to flip DLSS 3 on.
NVIDIA DLSS 3 is exclusive to green team’s new GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards. Our review for the GeForce RTX 40 Series Founders Edition, which officially releases tomorrow for $1,599, can be found here.