NVIDIA has announced that its DLSS 3 technology is about to get some major improvements by the end of this quarter.
NVIDIA DLSS 3 ‘Fine Wine’ Update Coming Soon: Improved Picture Quality, Reduced Shadows, Better Edge Smoothness Across Multiple Games
During its CES 2023 keynote, NVIDIA announced that a major update to DLSS 3 was due by the end of this quarter. Now, we have a small hint as to what this update might bring and from the looks of it, DLSS 3 will be in full gear!
NVIDIA announced in its blog post that thanks to the ongoing training of its AI supercomputer, new updates will be rolling out soon to improve DLSS Super Resolution, DLAA, and the latest DLSS 3 Frame Generation technologies across multiple games. And these benefits will not only be limited to DLSS 3 titles, but will apply to all GeForce RTX gamers. So even if you’re running an older RTX 20 or RTX 30 GPU, you’ll see the benefit of the latest updates that include the following improvements:
- AI network improvements for DLSS Frame Generation that make better use of game engine data, and improve UI stability and image quality during fast motion.
- An updated AI grid for DLSS Super Resolution Ultra Performance mode, which improves stability of fine details and overall image quality.
- An updated NVIDIA DLAA AI network that improves image quality, reduces ghosting, and improves edge smoothness in high-contrast scenarios.
NVIDIA provided some side-by-side comparisons with the original DLSS 3 running in Cyberpunk 2077 and the newer version planned for release later this quarter.
According to the green team, the first titles that will benefit from this latest update will be Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (with a next-gen update), and Portal with RTX. The update will be delivered through in-game patches and also through Game Ready drivers from NVIDIA. AMD will also unveil its next generation FSR 3 this year but we haven’t seen that yet and NVIDIA’s DLSS 3 seems to be getting better and better day by day and is also getting much higher adoption in the gaming industry.