NVIDIA just held its big CES 2023 event, and as you’d expect, they used the opportunity to announce a slew of new games that support their DLSS upscaling technology. New games have been confirmed to contain DLSS 3 at launch, or will add it in post-launch patches, including Marvel’s Midnight Suns, The Day Before, Warhaven, Throne and Liberty, Tower of Fantasy, and more. In addition, NVIDIA also announced that the remake of Dead Space will support DLSS 2 at launch. Below is the complete list of recently announced or reconfirmed DLSS 3 and DLSS 2 titles.
- Marvel’s Midnight Sun (DLSS 3 updates in January)
- The Day Before (coming later this year with ray tracing and DLSS 3)
- Throne and Liberty (launching with DLSS 3)
- Witchfire (launching later this year with DLSS 3)
- Atomic Heart (launching February 21st with DLSS 3)
- Warhaven (coming soon with DLSS 3)
- Dakar Desert Rally (DLSS 3 updates in January)
- The Cycle: Frontier (DLSS 3 updates in January)
- Conqueror’s Blade (DLSS 3 updates in January)
- Tower of Fantasy (DLSS 3 updates in April)
- ILL Space (early access launches later this year with ray tracing and DLSS 3)
- Dead Space (launching January 27)
- Judgment (available now)
- Missing Judgment (available now)
NVIDIA has also released a series of trailers, showcasing some of the aforementioned games that work with RTX features and DLSS playback. We’ve already covered the Atomic Heart and Witchfire trailers. As you’d expect, some of these trailers show impressive performance boosts, with The Cycle: Frontier jumping to 188fps with RT on and Tower of Fantasy offering 167fps with RT on. Unfortunately, there is no demonstration of what DLSS 2 does for Dead Space yet.
The Day Before (with Ray Tracing and DLSS 3)
Throne and Liberty (DLSS 3)
Warhaven (DLSS 3)
Dakar Desert Rally (DLSS 3)
The Cycle Frontier (DLSS 3)
Fantasy Tower (DLSS 3)
What’s your opinion? Did you like the latest DLSS offering from NVIDIA?