Nvidia RTX ON: 12 games supporting Ray Tracing and DLSS at year-end, including Cyberpunk 2077

Nvidia RTX ON: 12 games supporting Ray Tracing and DLSS at year-end, including Cyberpunk 2077
Nvidia today lifts the veil on a dozen new games that will support Ray Tracing and / or DLSS in October and November, and some titles are highly anticipated.

Owners of an Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics card capable of supporting Ray Tracing (RT) and Deep Learning super-sampling (DLSS) will be able to benefit from a dozen new features in October and in November. In fact, Nvidia has just unveiled the titles that will support either one or the other, or both technologies very soon.

Among them, we find four games which have already been released and which will benefit from updates giving access to RTX functionalities, during the month of November: Edge of Eternity, available in preview, benefits DLSS support, Mortal Shell, with shadows in Ray Tracing and DLSS, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord with DLSS, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, with shadows in Ray Tracing. Two games currently in beta launch are also affected: Enlisted, whose closed beta kicks off in November with ray traced global illumination and DLSS, Ready or Not, including reflections, shadows and ambient occlusion. in RT and DLSS will be available when the game launches in early acess later in 2020. There are also half a dozen new features that will be compatible upon launch in the next few days or weeks: Ghostrunner: launch on October 27 with RT, highlights and shadows, and DLSS, Pumpkin Jack: October 23 launch with highlights and shadows in RT, enhanced lighting and DLSS, Xuan-Yuan Sword VII: October 28 launch with global lighting in RT and DLSS, Watch Dogs: Legion: October 29 launch with reflections in RT and DLSS, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: November 13 launch with RT and DLSS, Cyberpunk 2077: November 19 launch with reflection s, ambient occlusion, shadows and global diffuse illumination in RT as well as DLSS. Enough to further exploit the potential of compatible Nvidia GeForce RTXs. Remember to keep your card drivers up to date to take advantage of new features.

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