The new version of NVIDIA technology, DLSS 3, it has more and more AAA titles that support it, which is great news. In addition, the graphics giant has also taken advantage of its presence at CES 2023 to announce new titles that will support this technology, in addition to its other technology called Reflex.
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The news from NVIDIA in the video game section of CES 2023
NVIDIA has taken advantage of CES 2023 to get muscle and announce new AAA titles from video games that will support its DLSS 3 technology, Ray Tracing and Reflex under the Ada Lovelace architecture (GeForce RTX 40 Series), both in desktop computers and in the more than 170 laptop models that will be launched this year.
Thanks to this DLSS 3 technology, videogames will be able to quadruple performance in AAA titles such as the famous Cyberpunk 2077while creators will also benefit from the new performance jumps.
The momentum that DLSS 3 supposes does not cease and there are already about 50 video games those that have been announced to support this new version of the technology, which now adds up to more than 250 titles that are compatible with one of NVIDIA’s DLSS versions.
What is DLSS 3?
As you know, the DLSS 3 technology is a new, improved version of this AI-powered supersampling feature. This technology competes with AMD’s FSR, and continues to be a benchmark in this sector. All thanks to the use of Tensor cores from the GeForce RTX 40 Series and the AI that NVIDIA uses for its graphics.
That way you get increase the frame rate per second (FPS) and maintain image quality. Up to four times performance improvements can now be achieved in some titles compared to native rendering.
As NVIDIA itself announced at CES 2023, this DLSS 3 technology is already available. available in 17 current AAA games, with 33 more coming, as well as maker apps that are also on the way. In total, users with GeForce RTX graphics cards will now be able to enjoy it in more than 250 games and applications.
The new games announced at CES 2023
Regarding the new titles that have been announced compatible with DLSS 3, we can highlight the following titles:
- Marvel’s Midnight Sun (will be updated to DLSS 3 in January)
- The Day Before (will arrive this year with ray tracing and DLSS 3)
- THRONE AND LIBERTY (will arrive with DLSS 3)
- Witchfire (will arrive this year with DLSS 3)
- Atomic Heart (coming on February 21 with DLSS 3)
- Warhaven (soon with DLSS 3)
- Dakar Desert Rally (will be updated to DLSS 3 in January)
- The Cycle: Frontier (will be updated to DLSS 3 in January)
- Conqueror’s Blade (will be updated to DLSS 3 in January)
- Tower of Fantasy (will be updated to DLSS 3 in April)
- ILL Space (early access this year with ray tracing and DLSS 3)
In the case of dlss 2Since the new GeForce RTX 40 Series will be backward compatible with the previous versions and will also be able to benefit from it, there are the new features, such as:
- Dead Space (available January 27)
- Judgment (now available)
- Lost Judgment (now available)
GeForce NOW also with news
NVIDIA has also announced another great novelty at CES 2023. And that is its cloud-based streaming video game service, GeForce NOWyou will now benefit from the performance of the new GeForce RTX 4080 GPUs.
And it is that a new Ultimate membership. All users who subscribe to it in GeForce NOW will now be able to enjoy the power of the new RTX 4080 on millions of different devices, since it is the NVIDIA servers that run the game, regardless of whether you have powerful hardware. or not, being able to play on your TV, smartphone, PC, etc.
In other words, NVIDIA’s Ada Lovelace architecture has reached the GeForce NOW superPODs with the new GeForce RTX 4080 that will provide up to 64 TFLOPS of graphics power to each user who subscribes to Ultimate. That means quintupling the power of the Xbox Series X and multiplying x1.75 the power of the previous generation of SuperPODs.
Of course, the GeForce NOW Ultimate subscription raises the bar for the most demanding gamers, bringing the best experience to your games so that they are more like playing games locally. Remember that you can enjoy your favorite AAA video games on almost any device, and with a streaming up to 240 FPS from the cloud.
And all this with full ray tracing technologies, DLSS 3 in games that already support it, such as Portal, as well as adding support for NVIDIA Reflex. That will offer sub-40ms latency, which is pretty fast.
As for the subscription price GeForce NOW Ultimate is available now for $19.99 per month or $99.99 every 6 months if you want to pay up front to save some money. Of course, you can also continue enjoying the other subscriptions at a lower price if you don’t want the Ultimate.
- To join the NVIDIA GeForce NOW subscriptions today, you can do it from its official website.
Accounts that had RTX 3080 power have already been converted to the new membership automatically. And the new GeForce Ultimate 4080 will be available this month in Europe and North America, following its expansion into other territories in the coming months.
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