Nvidia has announced a host of different updates for its technologies, including new games featuring Nvidia Reflex and DLSS.
Nvidia Reflex reduces system latency and as the company says it’s ” quick and easy for developers to add to their titles thanks to SDKs, plugins, and extensive documentation.” Two recent hit games, Splitgate and Deathloop, join the list of over 20 games that use Nvidia Reflex. At the same time, four new mice support Reflex as well including the HyperX Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse, Roccat Burst Core, Roccat Kone Pro, and Roccat Kone Pro Air.
Nvidia DLSS, on the other hand, helps increase the framerate in games without sacrificing image quality. There are already nearly 100 games that support the technology, but today Nvidia added 28 more to the list, including Alan Wake Remastered, Industria, Severed Steel, and more. As an example, here’s how DLSS improves Alan Wake and Industria.
- Alan Wake Remastered (10/5) – NVIDIA DLSS delivers up to a 2X increase in performance at 4K. Every GeForce RTX GPU can get over 60 FPS at max settings in 4K with NVIDIA DLSS enabled in Alan Wake Remastered.
- INDUSTRIA (9/30) – With settings maxed out, and ray tracing enabled, NVIDIA DLSS accelerates your performance by up to 2X in INDUSTRIA.
You can see the full list of games over on Nvidia’s site, along with some comparisons of how the games run with DLSS support. Finally, Nvidia also released a new Nvidia Game Ready Driver for Windows 11, as well as adding new games to the GeForce Experience Driver who’s “one-click optimal settings enable you to instantly configure game options for your system’s hardware, giving you smooth, optimized gameplay. Here are the games featured for each driver.
Nvidia Game Ready Driver
- Alan Wake Remastered
- Diablo II: Resurrected
- Far Cry 6
- Hot Wheels Unleashed
- New World
- World War Z: Aftermath
- Bravely Default II
- Myst (2021)
- NBA 2K 22
- Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous
- The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari No Kiseki
- Twelve Minutes
- Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt