Nvidia has been announcing new batches of games with support for DLSS at regular intervals of late, and many major games and upcoming releases have added DLSS support in recent weeks. Nvidia’s newest announcement adds a bunch more to that growing list of games.
For starters, there’s Back 4 Blood, which is out now and boasting up to a 46% performance boost with DLSS on. Baldur’s Gate 3 is also receiving a new update this week, and with DLSS on, it will see up to a whopping 88% performance boost at 4K resolution. Crysis Remastered Trilogy, out later this week, will also support DLSS across all three games.
Meanwhile, October 18 will also see DLSS support added to Rise of the Tomb Raider (with up to a 75% performance boost), while Shadow of the Tomb Raider – which currently supports DLSS 1.0 – will be upgraded to the current version as well. Chivalry 2 will receive support on October 26 and see up to 45% performance boosts, while Sword and Fairy 7, which is out on October 21, will also have full ray-tracing and DLSS support.
Swords of Legend Online will see up to 60% performance boosts starting October 14. Meanwhile, both F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch and Alan Wake Remastered are also new additions to the DLSS list in October.