It’s Gamescom week which means all kinds of big announcements and reveals from a number of different companies. Starting things off with a bang is Nvidia which has announced a slate of titles that will support Nvidia DLSS and GeForce RTX including Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Dying Light 2 Stay Human. Check out 4K trailers for both below (especially the former since it reveals the Grand Unifier Raker).
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will feature ray-traced reflections thanks to RTX support and is also coming to GeForce Now, making it a viable option for lower end machines. As for Dying Light 2 Stay Human, it uses ray traced global illumination that provides “incredible bounced lighting to every area of the world.” Ray-traced shadow and reflections are also confirmed along with GeForce Now support.
If that weren’t enough, the company confirmed that Battlefield 2042, which also support Nvidia DLSS and Reflex, will be bundled with GeForce RTX desktops and laptops. However, it doesn’t seem that ray tracing will be implemented. Regardless, check out the trailer below to see some multiplayer action complete with weather effects.