Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Alan Wake 2: Night Springs with Ray Tracing And DLSS 3.5

With over 500 games and apps utilising RTX technologies, as well as new games incorporating NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA Reflex, and sophisticated ray-traced effects being launched or announced every week, GeForce RTX gamers are provided with the best PC experience available.

Nvidia has a tonne of DLSS news this week. A new gameplay trailer for Star Wars Outlaws, which comes on 30th August with ray tracing and DLSS 3.5, has been released. Alan Wake 2: Night Springs is currently available with complete ray tracing and DLSS 3.5, while Black Myth: Wukong will launch on 20th August with both features.

In addition, DLSS 3 will be available for Pax Dei’s Early Access on June 18th, First Descendant’s July 2nd launch date, and DLSS 3 will be supported in a Dragon’s Dogma 2 game update.

Furthermore, with day-one DLSS 2 support, the Final Fantasy XIV Online: Dawntrail benchmark, Soulmask, and Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The Game are all currently playable.

Moving on, let’s talk about new RTX game releases that are optimised for GeForce RTX 40 Series desktops and laptops, as well as updates that bring support for NVIDIA leading-edge RTX technology.

Alan Wake 2: Night Springs Expansion

The Night Springs Extension for Alan Wake 2 is now available.

You can now download and play Night Springs, a new expansion for the critically acclaimed Alan Wake 2 game from Remedy Entertainment. By writing new scripts for a TV series he formerly wrote for, Night Springs, Alan Wake is attempting to find a way out of the Dark Place’s never-ending cycles.

Take on the roles of several people from the Alan Wake universe and discover the odd turned familiar in a number of stand-alone episodes.

You can experience the definitive Alan Wake 2 and the new Night Springs DLC by playing on a GeForce RTX 40 Series PC. With completely ray-traced graphics that are further enhanced by DLSS Ray Reconstruction, turn up the realism and immersion to eleven. With the help of NVIDIA’s AI-powered Frame Generation and DLSS Super Resolution technologies, play at over 80 frames per second in 4K, and utilize NVIDIA Reflex to optimize responsiveness.

Alan Wake 2 is one of the most vivid and immersive games out now, pushing the boundaries of atmosphere and storytelling with its unmatched performance provided by GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards and NVIDIA suite of proprietary, industry-leading technologies. Find out more by going here.

In the video below, which plays Alan Wake 2: Night Springs on a GeForce RTX 4090 with all settings maxed out, full ray tracing enabled, and DLSS 3.5 with Ray Reconstruction refining image quality while doubling performance by up to 4.5X, you can see how this game plays without fear of spoilers.

Release of the Black Myth: Wukong CG Trailer

Thanks to the emergence of stunning teasers in recent years, Unreal Engine 5-powered Black Myth: Wukong, which is based on the well-known Monkey King mythology and the 16th Century Journey To The West novel, is now the most anticipated film on many people’s wish lists.

The game’s creator, Game Science, upgraded Black Myth: Wukong to include Full Ray Tracing, which will be further enhanced on GeForce RTX PCs by NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 with Ray Reconstruction, providing GeForce players with the ultimate experience in this highly anticipated game.

A new computer-generated trailer says Black Myth: Wukong will launch on August 20. Steam and Epic Games Store accept pre-orders.

Pax Dei, Featuring Reflex & DLSS 3, Goes Live for Early Access on June 18

Pax Dei Release date

Early Access for the social sandbox MMO Pax Dei will begin on June 18. The game’s creators, Mainframe Industries, are urging players to join them in creating a virtual world that will be alive and well for years to come, along with their co-publishing partners, New Tales.

Step into a world where magic is accepted as true, ghosts are real, and myths are true. Identify your own objectives and difficulties. Together with thousands of other players, immerse yourself as you explore the area, construct your house, establish your reputation, and create your own tales.

With day-one support for NVIDIA DLSS 3 and NVIDIA Reflex, Pax Dei enters Early Access on June 18th, guaranteeing GeForce RTX fans the finest experience possible from the moment this eagerly awaited game opens.

All GeForce RTX users will be able to increase frame rates thanks to DLSS Super Resolution, and owners of the GeForce RTX 40 Series will be able to multiply their frame rates for even quicker performance with DLSS Frame Generation.

Additionally, GeForce users may lower PC latency with NVIDIA Reflex, improving gameplay responsiveness.

More than 90% of GeForce gamers have used NVIDIA Reflex since its launch in September 2020, and it has decreased system latency in more than 100 titles. Along with highly regarded cooperative and single-player games, nine of the top ten competitive shooters support Reflex. GeForce gamers played over 10 billion hours of their favourite games with improved responsiveness in 2023 alone because of Reflex’s ground-breaking system latency reducing technology.

When enabled, DLSS 3 increases 4K frame rates on desktop GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards by an average of 3X. Owners of the GeForce RTX 4070 and faster cards can now play Pax Dei at up to 70 frames per second, which is the highest quality possible. Additionally, players can play at up to 145 frames per second if they have the fastest cards.

A 2.3X average performance multiplier at 2560×1440 enables many GeForce RTX 40 Series players to play at a frame rate of more than 100.

Additionally, every GeForce RTX 40 Series GPU can achieve over 80 frames per second at 1920×1080 thanks to an average performance improvement of 2.2X, while many others can achieve over 120 fps per second. Additionally, the fastest consumer graphics card in the world, the GeForce RTX 4090, achieves 230 frames per second.

You can download and install NVIDIA’s Pax Dei GeForce Game Ready Driver from, GeForce Experience, or the NVIDIA app beta to make sure your system is ready for Pax Dei’s June 18th Early Access.

July 2nd marks the launch of The First Descendant with DLSS 3

Free Unreal Engine 5-powered third-person cooperative action-RPG shooter The First Descendant. Strategic boss confrontations with a variety of characters, intense gunplay, and looting await in four-player cooperative mode. Fight your way through the captivating narrative and take on massive bosses in World Missions. View the latest Summer Game Fest 2024 gameplay trailer.

The First Descendant Release date

Launching on July 2nd, The First Descendant will include DLSS 3, which will boost performance for GeForce RTX 40 Series gamers and speed up frame rates for all other GeForce RTX players through DLSS 2. Create a wishlist right now to play among the first people.

Dawntrail Benchmark for Final Fantasy XIV Online is Now Available, Including DLSS 2
You may now download the official benchmark for FINAL FANTASY XIV Online: Dawntrail, which allows you to use DLSS 2 to speed up your performance. The benchmark highlights the fascinating novelties featured with the Dawntrail expansion and FINAL FANTASY XIV Online’s first graphical update, which opens alongside the expansion on July 2. It features new in-game areas, adversaries, and more.

Players can verify if their machine can run FINAL FANTASY XIV Online: Dawntrail using the new benchmark, and if necessary, upgrade to ensure a high frame rate, high detail experience. To boost performance without sacrificing image quality, if you’re using a GeForce RTX PC or laptop, navigate to Settings > Graphics Settings 1 > Graphics Upscaling and turn on NVIDIA DLSS.

Thota nithya
Thota nithya
Thota Nithya has been writing Cloud Computing articles for govindhtech from APR 2023. She was a science graduate. She was an enthusiast of cloud computing.


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