NVIDIA DLSS support expands to 300 titles
NVIDIA announced their upscaling tech is now available in over 300 games and applications.
According to the official NVIDIA technology tracker, there are now 34 games that support DLSS3 and 298 games and software that support the previous version called DLSS2. Once we add five titles that are still only DLSS1 compatible, we have a list of over 300 games with DLSS support.
NVIDIA announced that D5 Render is among the newest software to adopt DLSS3 support. This is not a game, or even a gaming benchmark, but a 3D render for architects and designers. The DLSS technology has been proven useful for advanced rendering tech that used real-time ray tracing (like Cyberpunk 2077 RT Overdrive). It goes without saying but DLSS3 is only supported by GeForce RTX 40 series, so this announcement only affects this group of users.
New DLSS updates:
- D5 Render – DLSS3 – (available now)
- Outlast Trials – DLSS2 (available now)
- Bus Simulator 21 – DLSS2 (available now)
- KartKraft – DLSS2 (available now)
- Voidtrain – DLSS2 (available now)
- Moon Runner – DLSS2 (available now)
- Ashfall – DLSS3 (beta in July)
When it comes to games, there are several new titles that have been updated for DLSS, such as The Outlast Trials or Bus Simulator 21, both are now compatible with DLSS2. The support for DLSS3 has expanded to include a post-apocalyptic MMORPG called Ashfall. This game is not yet released, so gamers cannot test the technology out, however DLSS3 support should be live with the beta that launches in July.