NVIDIA DLSS 3 is coming to 3 games in November

Published: Nov 2nd 2022, 13:43 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA DLSS3/DLSS2 updates in November

There might only be one card supporting this technology, but NVIDIA is not slowing down with the adoption of DLSS3. 

The company announced that 35 games will be getting DLSS3, out of which 8 already support it. NVIDIA will be adding new DLSS3 titles this month, including some highly anticipated titles such as Spider-Man Miles Morales.

In a span of three weeks, NVIDIA will be adding DLSS3 to 5 games. The F1 22 DLSS3 update was available since October 31 and Microsoft Flight Simulator had DLSS3 in beta since last month. The company is now confirming DLSS3 is also coming to F.I.S.T. Forged in Shadow Torch, Destroy All Human 2: Reprobed and Spider-Man: Miles Morales. All these games should support DLSS3 by November 18th.

DLSS 3 Update

  • F1 22 – update available now, boosting performance by up to 2.5X
  • F.I.S.T.: Forged In Shadow Torch – update available Nov 7, boosting performance over 2X
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator – out now in beta, arrives November 11th alongside the launch of Microsoft Flight Simulator Sim Update 11 and the game’s new Microsoft Flight Simulator 40th Anniversary Edition.
  • Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobed – launching Nov 15, boosting frame rates by up to 2X
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales – launching Nov 18

DLSS3/2 Performance for RTX 40/30/20 GPUs, Source: NVIDIA

Furthermore, NVIDIA is adding DLSS2 to WRC Generations and The Chant.

DLSS 2 Update

  • Sackboy: A Big Adventure – available now, boosting performance by up to 2.5X
  • PGA TOUR 2K23 – available now, boosting performance by up to 70%
  • Crossout: Supercharged – update available now
  • WRC Generations – The FIA WRC Official Game – launching Nov 3
  • The Chant – launching Nov 3

NVIDIA confirmed that as many as 240 games now support DLSS technology, but it will clearly take time for developers to adopt their games for the latest version. In case you are wondering what they have to say, NVIDIA shared a video with their impressions of working with DLSS.

The DLSS3 technology is now only supported by RTX 4090 GPU, an enthusiast card that costs no less than $1599 (and in many cases much more). The company is set to launch its RTX 4080 GPU by November 16th, which will cost $1199.

Source: NVIDIA

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