NVIDIA DLSS plugin for Unreal Engine 5 is now available, also coming to Unity 21.2 and Linux through Valve’s Proton

Published: Jun 21st 2021, 13:53 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA pushes DLSS adoption across the market, compares quality to upscaling/sharpening methods

Just a day ahead of the AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution launch, NVIDIA wants to steal the spotlight from its competitors. 

Over 57 games will now support NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) technology, a super-resolution technique that makes use of artificial intelligence boosted by NVIDIA Tensor cores. This technology is now supported by NVIDIA Turing (RTX 20) as well as Ampere series (RTX 30) graphics cards. Today NVIDIA confirmed that other games will receive support for DLSS starting with LEGO Builder’s Journey on June 22nd. The DLSS-supported library will also extend with Doom Eternal on June 29th and Red Dead Redemption 2 at some point in the future.

Earlier this month game studios have enabled NVIDIA DLSS support in RainbowSix Siege (the first game to feature DLSS 2.2), as well as No Man’s Sky and The Persistence. NVIDIA also revealed that on July 1st a survival game Rust will also receive DLSS support.

Unreal Engine 5 plugin and Unity 21.2 support.

NVIDIA DLSS is also now available as a plugin to Unreal Engine 5, which was released last month. The engine already has its own Temporal Super Resolution (TSR) technology, but it not as advanced as DLSS. NVIDIA also reaffirms that DLSS will be enabled in Unity 21.2, however, no firm date has been given yet.

NVIDIA DLSS arrives to Linux OS

Starting from today Valve’s Proton will support DLSS on Vulkan titles such as DOOM Eternal, No Man’s Sky, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood. In the fall, NVIDIA will also enable DirectX DLSSsupport for games running via Proton.

The list of DLSS titles has therefore grown to 57, not including applications and game engines:

Games supporting NVIDIA DLSS
57 games already support DLSS
2. Anthem
3. Aron’s Adventure
4. Battlefield V
5. Bright Memory
6. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
7. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
8. Call of Duty: Warzone
9. Chernobylite
10. Control
12. Crysis Remastered
13. Cyberpunk 2077
14. Death Stranding
15. Deliver Us The Moon
16. Edge of Eternity
17. Enlisted
18. Everspace 2
19. F1 2020
20. Final Fantasy XV
21. Fortnite
22. Ghostrunner
23. Into the Radius VR
24. Iron Conflict
25. Justice
26. LEGO Builder’s Journey
27. Marvel’s Avengers
28. Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries
29. Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition
30. Minecraft with RTX
31. Monster Hunter World
32. Moonlight Blade
33. Mortal Shell
34. Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
36. Necromunda: Hired Gun
37. Nine To Five
38. Nioh 2 The Complete Edition
39. No Man’s Sky
40. Outriders
41. Pumpkin Jack
42. Qu Gian Qi Tan Online
43. Ready or Not
44. Redout: Space Assault
45. Scavengers
46. Shadow of the Tomb Raider
47. Supraland
48. System Shock Demo
49. The Fabled Woods
50. The Medium
51. The Persistence
52. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
53. War Thunder
54. Watch Dogs: Legion
55. Wolfenstein: Youngblood
56. Wrench
57. Xuan-Yuan Sword VII

Source: NVIDIA

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