Mortal Kombat 1 and Ad Infinitum Launching with NVIDIA DLSS 2 This Month, ICARUS Now Available with DLSS 3

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NVIDIA has confirmed that Mortal Kombat 1 and Ad Infinitum will be launching with support for DLSS 2 this month. Mortal Kombat 1, the latest, twelfth installment of NetherRealm Studios’ fighting game franchise, is officially launching on September 19 (early access starts September 14), while Ad Infinitum, a psychological horror game set during World War I, is out this Thursday. An NVIDIA DLSS 3 update for ICARUS that boosts performance in the co-op survival game by 2.6x on average for GeForce RTX 40 Series users is also now available.

New and Upcoming NVIDIA DLSS 2 Games

Liu Kang has restarted history, crafting a New Era reflecting his vision of peace. Meanwhile Mileena, twin sister of Kitana and rightful heir to Outworld’s throne, has been infected by a dreaded and lethal disease. Lin Kuei warriors and brothers Scorpion and Sub-Zero fight for the future of the clan, while Earthrealm champions Raiden and Kung Lao fight for family and honor. Johnny Cage, who is more concerned with staying relevant in the eyes of his fans, fights for his own vanity. Fight your way through the new Universe of Mortal Kombat 1, ushering in a new era of the iconic franchise with a new fighting system, game modes, and new, spectacular fatalities.

Trapped between the walls of your family home and the trenches of World War I, you try to piece together your past and take back control of your life. Will the nightmare of the war ever end? Will you find inner peace one day? In Naco and Hekate’s Ad Infinitum, you play as a German soldier haunted by the horrors of the Great War. While your mind grapples with memories of your family home and the trenches on the front, you try to break the endless cycle of suffering.

In ICARUS, the co-op survival game by Dean Hall and RocketWerkz, players explore a savage alien wilderness in the aftermath of terraforming gone wrong. Survive long enough to mine exotic matter before returning to orbit, then explore and conquer new biomes of greater risk and greater reward. You must meet your deadline for extraction though, or face being left behind forever. Alternatively, play in the persistent Open World mode to build a planet-side encampment that’ll give you a base from which to explore the game’s massive maps, and beat ICARUS’ challenging bosses.

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