- Red Dead Redemption II i Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege will receive DLSS support;
- As for now, it is unknown when the relevant patches for both game will be available.
While it may not be the most important element for many, great visuals can greatly enhance the experience of a video game. Deep Learning Super Sampling (or DLSS for short) developed by Nvidia is one of the technologies that are supposed to ensure the highest possible level of graphics while maintaining maximum performance. It uses a deep learning neural network to increase fps number while maintaining beautiful, sharp images in games on GeForce RTX graphics cards. So far, games such as Cyberpunk 2077, Fortnite and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War were enhanced with support for this technology. Today we already wrote that Doom Eternal will also join this group. However, this is still not the end. Nvidia has announced that DLSS support will soon be available for Red Dead Redemption II and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege (via DSOG).
Unfortunately, as for now we do not know when the patches for both games - from Rockstar and Ubisoft respectively - will see the light of day. Their release dates should be announced soon.
In other news, Nvidia has announced that DLSS and ray tracing support will be added to DYING: 1983 from NEKCOM. In turn, ray tracing support will be added to Icarus, the new survival game from Dean Hall (creator of DayZ) and RocketWerkz. Both projects are waiting for their release.
- Nvidia - official website