Wednesday, July 24, 2024

The First Descendant Is Available With NVIDIA DLSS 3

There are now 40 games that support NVIDIA DLSS 3, and there will be more this year. The First Descendant has just been added to the growing list of DLSS 3 games, guaranteeing that GeForce RTX gamers get the best experience as soon as it goes on sale.

Achilles: Legends Untold is already live, and Gord and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre launch this week with DLSS 2 boosting frame rates for all GeForce RTX gamers.

Read on for more information, and be sure to check back the following week for some significant news.

With DLSS 3, The First Descendant Will Launch


Unreal Engine 5 powers The First Descendant, a free third-person cooperative action-RPG shooter from Nexon Games. Experience the fun of tactical boss fights in 4-player cooperative mode while using a wide variety of distinctive characters, intense gunplay, and looting. Battle your way through the captivating plot and take on intimidating bosses in World Missions.

NVIDIA DLSS 3 will be implemented in The First Descendant at launch, doubling performance for GeForce RTX 40 Series users and speeding up frame rates for all other GeForce RTX users via DLSS 2. Check out the new, exclusive The First Descendant trailer below:

Volume 4 of Need for Speed Unbound will be released on August

The newest Need for Speed game from Electronic Arts and Criterion Games, Need for Speed Unbound, puts players in control of their own street racing fantasies as they avoid police and compete to win The Grand, Lakeshore’s toughest street racing challenge. Since its debut, Need for Speed Unbound has supported NVIDIA DLSS 3, enabling the fastest frame rates for GeForce RTX gamers.

Volume 4, the most recent update to the game, will be released on August 16 and will include a ton of brand-new Speed Pass material and challenges, Boosted events, freshly unlocked Linkup places, and brand-new Gauntlet Playlists.

With DLSS 2, Achilles: Legends Untold is now accessible

Achilles: Legends Untold by Dark Point Games is more than just an action role-playing game. It delivers a completely different experience by fusing a sophisticated combat system with an isometric view, testing your capacity for observation, planning, and improvement. Utilize the extensive skill tree to keep track of your endurance level, understand how your opponents behave, and develop your own combat style.

GeForce RTX gamers will find support for NVIDIA DLSS 2 in this Early Access title, enhancing frame rates for an even better experience.

Gord Goes Live With DLSS 2 on August

Gord is a single-player adventure-strategy game from and Team 17. Building is necessary for survival, but overcoming the darkness beyond the gates is the key to success. Take the helm as the Tribe of the Dawn’s members travel far into forbidden territory. Complete tasks that have an impact on your settlements’ wellbeing and the community’s future. In a bleak fantasy world influenced by Slavic tradition, make sure your population survives.

GeForce RTX will benefit from the fastest frame rates possible when this distinctive survival city-builder debuts on August 17 thanks to the day-one inclusion of DLSS 2.

On August, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre will be included in DLSS 2

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, a third-person asymmetrical horror game developed by Sumo Digital and Gun Interactive, lets players assume the character of a member of the infamous Slaughter family or one of their victims.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, which will be out on August 18, will include support for DLSS 2, assuring that even while playing at the highest detail levels and resolutions, frame rates won’t be the cause of your deaths.

Agarapu Ramesh was founder of the Govindhtech and Computer Hardware enthusiast. He interested in writing Technews articles. Working as an Editor of Govindhtech for one Year and previously working as a Computer Assembling Technician in G Traders from 2018 in India. His Education Qualification MSc.


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