It's a great week to be a GeForce player. Earlier this week, Hot Wheels Unleashed and Jurassic World Evolution 2 gained support for NVIDIA DLSS. Today Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy ships with DLSS, and tomorrow Battlefield 2042 comes with DLSS, NVIDIA Reflex and Ray Tracing. Bright Memory: Infinite, also released today, features DLSS, Reflex and a ton of ray tracing.
The best Battlefield 2042 experience is on a GeForce RTX GPU powered by NVIDIA Technologies
Early access to Battlefield 2042 has started and the new multiplayer first person shooter supports NVIDIA DLSS, ambient occlusion in Ray Tracing and NVIDIA Reflex. DLSS offers a 2X performance gain at 4K and system latency is reduced by up to 28% with NVIDIA Reflex. Read more in this article.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition gets a DLSS performance boost of up to 85%
Also released today is Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, and if you have a GeForce RTX graphics card, desktop or laptop, you can enable NVIDIA DLSS to accelerate top performance. GTA: The Trilogy is up to 85% performance improved with NVIDIA DLSS;
Bright Memory: Infinite gets up to 2,5X DLSS performance boost
the performance of Bright Memory: Infinite is accelerated by 2,5x with NVIDIA DLSS, and latency drops by as much as 49% with NVIDIA Reflex. Bright Memory was a true love letter to action games, demonstrating how a lone developer could make a polished, high-fidelity game using the tools of Unreal Engine 4. Today, the long-awaited sequel, Bright Memory: Infinite is released.
On PC, the action game is enhanced with shadows, reflections, caustics and global lighting in Ray Tracing. Along with NVIDIA DLSS, it accelerates performance up to 2,5x and system latency is reduced by up to 49% with NVIDIA Reflex. Read more about Bright Memory infinite in this article. To see the list of NVIDIA DLSS games go to the website.
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