Announcing that The Fabled Woods, System Shock demo; and UE4 Integration are ready for DLSS, NVidia also announced the Outriders bundle package. March has been very active with new DLSS titles leveraging NVIDIA DLSS technology; including the System Shock demo, Fabled Woods and Crysis Remastered. The Outriders game also comes with GeForce RTX-based laptops.
People Can Fly and Square Enix’s Outriders game has been highly praised since its demo aired in February; and NVIDIA has begun work on adding DLSS support to the game for its launch on April 1. NVIDIA is offering a Steam copy of the Outriders game to those; who purchase GeForce RTX laptops as part of the campaign.
March Is Very Active In The Game World
In February, NVIDIA announced that game developer will be able to access DLSS technology through an Unreal Engine 4.26 (UE4) add-on; allowing them to integrate this technology into their games. Game developers quickly take advantage of this technology. The new The Fabled Woods and System Shock demo; were among the first games to also add DLSS technology using the add-on.
As a result, performance gains of up to 1.6x were observed with 4K resolution, while gamers experienced The Fabled Woods with all ray tracing effects enabled over 60 FPS at 3840×2160 at settings maximized with the GeForce RTX 3070. Impressive results were obtained for a study done in just one day.
Night Dive Studios is completely redesigning System Shock, one of the most effective ‘Immersive Sim‘ action-adventure games of all time, published in 1994, in Unreal Engine 4 for the new generation of players to experience. Finally, click here to read more game news.