DOOM Eternal, Red Dead Redemption 2 and More Get Ray Tracing and DLSS Support
"RTX arrives in many games soon"
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Those of you who have been waiting for a graphics boost to complement your gaming rig can rest assured that it is coming. NVIDIA has announced DLSS and Ray Tracing support for games such as DOOM Eternal, Red Dead Redemption and Rainbow Six Siege. The company showcased these games running with ray-tracing enabled during its NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti announcement event.

The most notable game on the list is of course DOOM Eternal which has been rumoured to be getting a ray tracing update for some time now. By the look of the trailer, it is crisp. Ray tracing seems to make the entire game look a lot shinier as walls reflect lights scattered around the world and glass shimmers as enemies explode above it.

READ MORE  NVIDIA Announces RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti

NVIDIA claims that the DOOM Eternal ray tracing and DLSS update will arrive in June and players can enjoy the idTech game engine being pushed to the next level.

“DOOM Eternal was built to deliver the very best in engaging first-person-shooter gameplay, stunning visuals and uncompromising performance. With the addition of ray tracing to idTech and support for NVIDIA DLSS, we’re pushing the engine in exciting new ways and we can’t wait for GeForce RTX gamers to experience it.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is also getting a boost in performance thanks to NVIDIA DLSS. While there’s no gameplay footage or screenshots that reveal what it will look like, NVIDIA says that one of the best-looking games around will look even better when DLSS support arrives in the future. The additional features will increase the game’s fidelity and resolution without the need for a hardware upgrade.

Last but not least is Rainbow Six Siege. NVIDIA DLSS support on this competitive shooter means players can increase the rendering resolution and effect quality while allowing for higher-detail FPS in matches. NVIDIA says that Rainbow Six Siege with DLSS and Reflex is the definitive Siege experience.

The company also announced ray tracing and DLSS support for a handful of upcoming games. This includes The Ascent, The Persistence Enhanced Edition, a special Fortnite RTX map, Dying: 1983, LEGO Builder’s Journey and Icarus. Take a look at the trailers for these games down below.

Icarus

LEGO Builder’s Journey

Dying: 1983

The Ascent

The Persistence

Fortnite RTX Titanium City

Source: NVIDIA

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