NVIDIA DLSS Coming To Unity, One of the World’s Most Popular Game Engines, Accelerating Adoption For More Games

By Andrew Burnes on April 14, 2021 | Featured Stories NVIDIA DLSS

Unity is one of the most popular game engines in the world. In 2019, Unity introduced support for real-time ray tracing, and before the end of this year Unity will be adding native support for NVIDIA DLSS as part of their High-Definition Render Pipeline.

If you’re unfamiliar with NVIDIA DLSS, it’s our AI-powered rendering technology that produces images comparable to and sometimes even better than native resolution, while only conventionally rendering a fraction of the pixels. For gamers that means significantly faster performance , without noticeable compromises.

40 games have introduced support to date, including Minecraft with RTX, Fortnite and Cyberpunk 2077, and new integrations are launching each month. With the addition of NVIDIA DLSS to Unity, game developers will be able to accelerate frame rates with minimal effort, giving GeForce RTX gamers superior experiences in ray-traced and rasterized games.


At GTC 2021, Light Brick Studio demonstrated how stunning Unity games can look when real-time ray tracing and DLSS are combined. Watch their full talk for free here.

For further information on NVIDIA DLSS itself, head on over to our DLSS technology page and check out this in-depth article. And to discover which games are adding DLSS next, stay tuned to GeForce.com.