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Nvidia GeForce Gamers continue to reap the benefits of RTX ON Upgrades, with seven new DLSS games and six new Reflex games.
NVIDIA DLSS has revolutionised graphics rendering, using AI and GeForce RTX Tensor Cores to boost frame rates while delivering crisp, high quality images that rival native resolution. And DLSS 3 adds new Frame Generation technology to multiply performance, along with NVIDIA Reflex, for the fastest and most responsive gaming possible.
This month, DLSS arrives in another seven games, including:
- Atomic Heart (launches February 21 with DLSS 3)
- Blood Bowl 3 (launches February 23 with DLSS 2)
- Hello Neighbor 2 (updating February 17 with DLSS 2 & Ray Tracing)
- HI-FI Rush (available now with DLSS 2)
- PlanetSide 2 (available now with DLSS 2)
- Returnal (available now with DLSS 2 & Ray Tracing)
- Sons of the Forest (enters Early Access on February 23 with DLSS 2)
- Wanted: Dead (available now with DLSS 2)
Altogether, there are over 270 released DLSS games and apps, giving GeForce RTX GPU, desktop and laptop users significantly faster performance and the best possible image quality, for the definitive experience in every supported title.
Reflex Lowers Latency in World of Warcraft and more!
Over 60 released games now support NVIDIA Reflex, enabling GeForce players to reduce system latency significantly, for the most responsive gaming experience possible on any platform.
Since our last Reflex update, six games have added Reflex technology for their players, giving millions of GeForce gamers a superior experience, including:
- Deliver Us Mars (available now)
- Dying Light 2 Stay Human (available now)
- Hi-Fi RUSH (available now)
- HITMAN World of Assassination (available now)
- PERISH (available now)
- World of Warcraft (available now)
NVIDIA Reflex is used by over 20 million players each month. For the full list of 60+ supported games, click here.
New, Sortable List of DLSS and Ray-Traced Games
We have recently updated our GeForce.com article to provide press and end-users with an easy way to review games with support for DLSS and/or ray tracing. You can check it out here.