More PC Games Get Magical DLSS Support

More PC Games Get Magical DLSS Support

Two more PC games have gotten DLSS support — a form of modern sorcery — from Nvidia, meaning anyone with a card that supports the tech will now be getting much better performance.

[referenced id=”1186568″ url=”” thumb=”×169.jpg” title=”DLSS On 240p Video Is Some Witchcraft” excerpt=”Nvidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) tech is one of the most impressive advances in recent video game history, able to take images that look fine and, through a process involving magic, make them look better. Even if you’re playing at some of the lowest settings imaginable.”]

Those games are Nioh 2 (which did not launch in the best shape) and Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, which should both be getting framerate boosts of around 20-30fps (!!!) depending on your card.

That’s great news for anyone with a card that supports DLSS, but as we saw with Nioh 2, I’m starting to get a little worried — especially in this climate where buying graphics cards isn’t exactly simple — that developers might start using DLSS’ magic as a crutch for poor optimisation, and that’ll leave a lot of people whose cards don’t support DLSS out in the cold.

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