Nvidia DLSS 3 confirmed for Dragon’s Dogma 2, Tekken 8 & more

Rebecca Hills-Duty
New games given DLSS support

DLSS has made a big difference to the performance of some of the top PC games, and now even more titles will see the benefit. Gamers can also take advantage of Nvidia’s new ‘Day Pass’ for GeForce Now.

Users of Nvidia’s GeForce RTX cards can look forward to a performance boost for some of the biggest games as the company has announced that several games are getting DLSS compatibility, which will provide players with higher framerates and smoother gameplay.

DLSS stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling, and includes a suite of tools that can improve the resolution, anti-aliasing, and framerate of games that support it. Titles such as Starfield and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 have already seen significant performance improvements with DLSS 3 implemented, and now more titles can see the benefits.

Thirteen new games added to DLSS 3

Games that are planned on being added to the list of DLSS 3 compatibility include:

  • Horizon: Forbidden West
  • Pax Dei
  • Dragon’s Dogma II
  • Enshrouded
  • Grey Zone Warfare
  • Half-Life 2 RTX
  • Layers of Fear
  • Tekken 8
  • Starminer
  • Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth
  • Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name
  • Nakwon: Last Paradise
  • Throne of Liberty

Though Diablo 4 already has DLSS 3 compatibility, it too will be getting a boost with the addition of Ray Tracing support, making for a richer visual experience for players. However, only users who have a GeForce RTX 40 Series card can take full advantage of all DLSS 3 capabilities.

Nvidia introduces Day Pass to Geforce Now

In addition, Nvidia announced a new option for its GeForce Now cloud gaming service. Geared towards people who might not only need access to cloud gaming occasionally, to pass the time in a hotel during a work trip, for example. For these use cases, Nvidia is introducing the Day Pass system, which allows users to purchase a 24-hour pass to access the Priority/Ultimate GeForce Now service and play PC games from wherever they are.

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Rebecca is a Tech Writer at Dexerto, specializing in PC components, VR, AMD, Nvidia and Intel. She has previously written for UploadVR and The Escapist, hosts a weekly show on RadioSEGA and has an obsession with retro gaming. Get in touch at rebecca.hillsduty@dexerto.com