NVIDIA DLSS: No Man’s Sky And 8 Other Games, Including The First VR Titles, Add Performance-Accelerating Tech This Month

NVIDIA DLSS adoption continues at rapid pace, with a further 9 titles adding the game-changing, performance-accelerating, AI and Tensor Core-powered GeForce RTX technology. This follows the addition of DLSS to 5 games last month, and the launch of Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition a fortnight ago.  

This month, DLSS comes to No Man's Sky, AMID EVIL, Aron's Adventure, Everspace 2, Redout: Space Assault, Scavengers, and Wrench. And for the first time, DLSS comes to Virtual Reality headsets in No Man’s Sky, Into The Radius, and Wrench.

By enabling NVIDIA DLSS in each, frame rates are greatly accelerated, giving you smoother gameplay and the headroom to enable higher-quality effects and rendering resolutions, and ray tracing in AMID EVIL, Redout: Space Assault, and Wrench.

For gamers, only GeForce RTX GPUs feature the Tensor Cores that power DLSS, and with DLSS now available in 50 titles and counting, GeForce RTX offers the fastest frame rates in leading triple-A games and indie darlings.

No Man’s Sky Introducing NVIDIA DLSS For Desktops And VR Headsets

Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky puts players in an infinite procedurally generated universe, full of mystery and wonder. Follow the story to its conclusion, or simply survive, explore, and build, alone or online with others in the game’s massive worlds.

With giant bases, endless detail, and jaw-dropping vistas, No Man’s Sky can become performance intensive when settings are cranked up, and the resolution is increased. To reclaim performance, download the upcoming No Man’s Sky update and enable NVIDIA DLSS in the Graphics Settings menu. Instantaneously, performance will be boosted by up to 70% at 4K, substantially improving the smoothness and responsiveness of gameplay, giving GeForce RTX gamers a better overall experience.

To see No Man’s Sky’s NVIDIA DLSS performance in action, check out the video below:


NVIDIA DLSS will also be available in No Man’s Sky’s virtual reality mode, where DLSS doubles VR performance at the Ultra graphics preset, maintaining 90 FPS on an Oculus Quest 2 with a GeForce RTX 3080.


Indefatigable’s AMID EVIL is a modern-day retro FPS, filled with circle strafing, deviously-hidden secrets, and a rocking soundtrack. Launched in 2019, AMID EVIL has an Overwhelmingly Positive 96% review average on Steam, and today gets even better with the addition of new content, game-enhancing ray-traced effects, and performance-accelerating NVIDIA DLSS!

With ray tracing, add pixel-perfect ray-traced shadows, and immersive ray-traced environmental reflections. And amp up the quality, accuracy and visual impact of each with optional “Boost” modes.


For the fastest and most responsive experience possible, with ray tracing and every other setting maxed out, enable NVIDIA DLSS in the options to boost performance by up to 2.7X at 4K.

AMID EVIL’s RTX update launches today, so grab the game on Steam to check it out, and get a sneak peek in our video below:


Aron’s Adventure Integrates Our Unreal Engine 4 NVIDIA DLSS Plugin, Boosting Performance

Aron’s Adventure is a stylistic action-adventure RPG developed by just two people. Explore, expand your arsenal with new abilities and weapons, discover the secrets of the land, and defeat the ancient evil that’s overrun Elor, the game’s fantasy world.

Using our Unreal Engine 4 NVIDIA DLSS plugin, the developers of Aron’s Adventure have added DLSS’s performance-accelerating tech, giving players up to a 60% FPS boost, enabling every GeForce RTX GPU to run the beautiful title at over 60 FPS at 4K:

“The Unreal Engine 4 plugin made adding NVIDIA DLSS to our game incredibly easy, and gives our players maximum performance for the best possible experience.” - Tim van Kan, Founder, TiMer Games

NVIDIA DLSS is available now in Aron’s Adventure, so head on over to Steam to check it out, and see how DLSS increases performance in our video:


Everspace 2’s Space Action Gets Faster With New NVIDIA DLSS Update

Early Access single-player space RPG-shooter, Everspace 2, has just received a NVIDIA DLSS upgrade today, giving its players up to a 80% performance boost.

Everspace 2 is only a few months into its Early Access release, but already players are loving it. And now, their performance is even faster. Get an idea of how Everspace 2 looks, plays and performs with NVIDIA DLSS in our video, and head on over to the game’s Steam page to purchase. Or check out the original Everspace while you wait for development of the sequel to be completed.


Into The Radius VR Adds NVIDIA DLSS

CM Games’ Into The Radius is a virtual reality single-player survival shooter set in a surreal dystopian environment filled with dangerous enemies and anomalies.  

Using NVIDIA DLSS, players will discover a noticeable improvement to anti-aliasing, which greatly reduces shimmering and stair-stepping on objects and foliage, further enhancing image quality and immersion.

Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition Out Now With Enhanced Ray Tracing And NVIDIA DLSS 2.0

4A Games’ Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition launched May 6th with jaw-dropping ray-traced lighting, and an upgrade to NVIDIA DLSS 2.0, which runs 2X faster at 4K:

Learn more about the game’s ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS technology in our dedicated Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition article, and in the must-watch video, below.


Redout: Space Assault Adds NVIDIA DLSS And Ray Tracing

34BigThings’ Redout: Space Assault is a prequel to the award-winning futuristic racer, Redout. The game builds on the series’ trademark lightning-fast action, high-skill gameplay and impressive visuals while adding new weapons and spaceflight mechanics.

With a new update out now, you can enhance your space shooting with NVIDIA DLSS, ray-traced shadows, and ray-traced reflections for a faster and more immersive experience.

Redout: Space Assault’s RTX update is out now, so head on over to Steam to grab it. Or, if you don’t own the game, check out DLSS and ray tracing in this video:


Scavengers Early Access Launches With NVIDIA DLSS

Midwinter Entertainment’s Scavengers is a free-to-play strategic shooter where players form squads of three to fight for survival and dominance in a hybrid of sandbox-style PVE and class-based PVP. Choose from a roster of adaptive Explorers, arm yourself with a combination of unique abilities and weapons, and conquer the challenges of a hostile wasteland.

Scavengers launched in Early Access earlier this month, and from the offset NVIDIA DLSS has been available for GeForce gamers. When activated, performance is up to 40% faster, enabling all GeForce RTX gamers to max out the game’s graphics and play at over 60+ FPS across all GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs.

To see NVIDIA DLSS in action in Scavengers, download the game for free from Steam, or check out our video:


Wrench Update Adds Ray Tracing And NVIDIA DLSS For Desktops And VR Headsets

Missing Digit’s Wrench is a popular, highly rated mechanic simulator that tasks players with building, maintaining and fixing race cars. Components are modelled in extreme detail, and players are expected to add every screw, nut and fastener to ensure the cars are race ready.

Further adding to its appeal for sim fans is the Virtual Reality mode, which enables players to get all up in those grills, installing parts by hand as if they were in a mechanic’s shop.

Following the release of a new update today, Wrench has introduced NVIDIA DLSS for desktop and VR users, and ray-traced ambient occlusion, reflections and shadows to further enhance the realism of its mechanical bits and pieces.

On desktops, NVIDIA DLSS can more than double your performance at 4K when ray tracing is enabled:

And in Virtual Reality, NVIDIA DLSS accelerates performance by up to 80%, making it possible to enjoy ray tracing in immersive VR.

If you love cars and love sims, check out Wrench on Steam today. And while it downloads, take a gander at NVIDIA DLSS in action in our video:


As Always, There’s More To Come

With the addition of another 9 titles this month, there are now 50 games with NVIDIA DLSS. Plus, plenty of other titles with ray tracing and NVIDIA Reflex, which recently launched in Rust. And of course, many more implementations of these technologies are waiting in the wings to be announced and released in the coming weeks and months.

For details, stay tuned to GeForce.com.