Sunday, June 16, 2024

Nvidia Reflex in Game Ready Driver For F1 24 & Hellblade II

Three new DLSS-enhanced titles, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, Serum, and EA SPORTS F1 24 offer the ultimate day-one experience thanks to NVIDIA’s new GeForce Game Ready Driver.

In addition, XDefiant has day-one support with NVIDIA Reflex, 11 new gaming displays that are G-SYNC compatible, and 4 new profiles for Optimal Playable Settings.

Ready for EA SPORTSTM F1 24, including DLSS 3, DLAA, NVIDIA Reflex, Ray Tracing

In the official video game of the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship, EA SPORTS F1 24, race as one of 20 real-life drivers. Unleash your hero for a legendary F1 career in the mode’s first update since 2016. With the all-new EA SPORTS Dynamic Handling System, you can drive like a pro and feel at one with the vehicle, and the game’s many new features will let you enjoy the greatest F1 racing yet.

F1 24 release date

Players of the Champions Edition and EA Play Pro subscribers can get F1 24 starting on May 28. The general public can access it on May 31. Gamers using GeForce RTX graphics cards will find that a wide variety of experience-enhancing technologies are supported from the moment they hit the racecourse.

All GeForce RTX users can increase frame rates with DLSS Super Resolution GeForce RTX 40 Series users can achieve the fastest performance possible with frame rate multiplication thanks to DLSS 3’s Frame Generation technology; and high-performance gaming systems can optimise image quality by using native resolution images with DLAA. Additionally, you may combine DLAA and DLSS Frame Generation for quick, incredibly detailed racing with superb image quality and performance.

GeForce players can also enable NVIDIA Reflex in F1 24. This revolutionary technique makes single-player races more responsive and pleasurable while also cutting down on system latency on GeForce graphics cards and laptops, giving you a competitive advantage in multiplayer races.

More than 90% of GeForce gamers have used NVIDIA Reflex since its launch in September of that year, and it has decreased system latency in more than 100 titles. Along with critically regarded co-op and single-player titles, 9 of the top 10 professional shooters support NVIDIA Reflex. Reflex’s cutting-edge system latency reduction technology allowed GeForce gamers to play over 10 billion hours of their favourite games with improved responsiveness in 2023 alone.

When turning on the ray-traced effects of F1 24, GeForce RTX gamers can additionally take advantage of the capabilities of their GPU’s dedicated Ray Tracing Cores to achieve the best frame rates. The authenticity and realism of automobiles, glass, water, and other appropriately reflecting surfaces are improved with ray-traced reflections. To further enhance realism and immersion, ray-traced shadows allow each winglet and flourish on an F1 car to be precisely shaded and self-shadowed. Additionally, the quality of ray-traced reflections and shadows is improved with the new Ray-Traced Dynamic Diffuse Global Illumination setting, which elevates trackside illumination to a new level.

Any system is put to the to when all three ray-traced effects are enabled, but with DLSS, you may race with exceptional frame rates and stunning image quality.

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II Ready With DLSS 3 & NVIDIA Reflex

Senua returns in Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice’s sequel for a harrowing survival quest through Viking Iceland’s myth and anguish. Senua must overcome darkness within and without to save those enslaved. Indulge in Senua’s next chapter through cinematic immersion, stunning visuals, and captivating sound.

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, from Ninja Theory and Xbox Game Studios, supports DLSS and Reflex from the start, providing GeForce RTX users the best experience. In this gorgeous Unreal Engine 5 game, DLSS 2 accelerates frame rates for all GeForce RTX users and DLSS 3 multiplies frame rates for its 40 Series users for the fastest performance.

With every Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II setting maxed out, Frame Generation multiplies performance by 3X on average at 4K when DLSS 3 is enabled. GeForce RTX 4070 players can play at over 60 FPS, and frame rates become quicker as you move up the stack of faster GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards, reaching around 150 FPS on the 4090.

A 2.3X average performance gain at 2560×1440 guarantees a maxed-out experience for GeForce RTX 4060 Ti and above users.

Additionally, every owner of a GeForce RTX 40 Series desktop GPU can play at 1920×1080 with an average 2.1X acceleration of frame rates, and at up to 210 frames per second with the fastest hardware available.

With a 2.1X average performance gain, owners of certain versions of GeForce RTX 40 Series laptops can experience Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II at maximum settings. Additionally, a 2.3X average performance boost at 2560×1440 allows tiny and light GeForce RTX 40 Series laptops to play at their highest settings at up to 110 frames per second.

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II allows GeForce users to enable NVIDIA Reflex as well. Game-changing technology minimises system latency on GeForce graphics cards and laptops, providing you a competitive edge in multiplayer matches and making single-player games more responsive and engaging.

Excitement Awaiting Serum, With DLSS 3, DLAA, and Reflex

Game Island and Toplitz Productions’ Serum, with its gripping story that propels the player along under time constraints, will push players to the ultimate test as they look for solutions to survive a harsh planet and discover a deadly plot. The key ingredient that can extend life in the game’s contaminated environment and boost powers related to speed, sight, and power is the titular serum.

Players will have to watch out for the ebbing of time as it keeps going away and properly manage the resources they find while exploring the planet, lest they run out of Serum and die. Together with its crafting and serum brewing system, serum’s distinct temporal mechanic encourages exploration and experimentation as players take advantage of the serum’s powerful powers in various settings. An intriguing story of conspiracy, cover-up, and scientific carelessness powers all of this.

Serum, which goes into Early Access on May 23, offers GeForce RTX gamers the best experience possible with day-one support for DLSS, DLAA, and NVIDIA Reflex. All GeForce RTX users can now achieve faster frame rates thanks to DLSS 2, GeForce RTX 40 Series users can now experience the fastest performance possible with frame rate multiplication thanks to DLSS 3, and DLAA maximises image quality by using a native resolution image instead of increasing speed. For even better image quality and performance, you can mix DLAA with DLSS Frame Generation.

With all settings maximised, GeForce RTX 40 Series users can increase performance by an average of 2.6X at 4K, resulting in gameplay at up to 130 frames per second thanks to DLSS 3. All GeForce RTX 40 Series gamers may play Serum at full settings and with more than 60 frames per second thanks to a 2.2X multiplier at 2560×1440. Performance increases to 160 FPS on the fastest gaming graphics card currently available, the GeForce RTX 4090, and above 120 FPS on faster GPUs.

Additionally, users can reduce system latency by up to 48% in Serum by turning on NVIDIA Reflex, which will improve gameplay responsiveness.

Ready For XDefiant Gaming, With NVIDIA Reflex

In the free-to-play first-person arena shooter XDefiant, developed by Ubisoft, worlds clash as players strive to outperform each other in intense online contests. Embark on a constantly changing experience as new playable factions and an expanding library of locations, weaponry, and game styles are added on a regular basis. Additionally, you will be able to play with your friends on all supported platforms thanks to cross-play.

XDefiant goes live today. After loading, turn on NVIDIA Reflex to cut system latency on GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs by up to 58%. PC latency in NVIDIA testing was as low as 8 milliseconds, while the GeForce RTX 4090 achieved performance of over 382 frames per second, allowing for the greatest aim precision, faster target acquisition, and quicker reaction times. Additionally, you may achieve over 170 frames per second with a GeForce RTX 4060 Ti and only 12 milliseconds of latency.

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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