DLSS Momentum Continues With More Games Announcing Adoption

By Andrew Burnes on September 12, 2018 | Featured Stories DLSS GeForce RTX GPUs NVIDIA GameWorks NVIDIA RTX Turing

Our new GeForce RTX graphics cards are launching on September 20th. They run up to twice as fast as previous-generation GPUs, add lifelike ray-traced graphics to supported titles, and boast numerous features that enhance games and improve your experience.

Dozens of developers have already signed up to add RTX features to their games, and now we’re announcing 9 new titles that will be adding the NVIDIA RTX Platform’s Deep Learning Super-Sampling (DLSS), bringing the total number of upcoming DLSS games to 25.

Newly-Announced DLSS Titles:

Other Titles Implementing DLSS:

If you’re unfamiliar with DLSS, this new RTX technology uses the power of deep learning and AI to train the GPU to render crisp images, while running up to 2x faster than previous generation GPUs using conventional anti-aliasing techniques.

You’ll be hearing much more about DLSS, NVIDIA RTX Ray Tracing, and the other features of GeForce RTX graphics cards in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to GeForce.com and your favorite hardware sites and channels.

In the meantime, learn more about the new games adding support for DLSS in the summaries below, and follow the links to their websites for far more.

Darksiders III, by Gunfire Games and THQ Nordic

Return to an apocalyptic Earth in Darksiders III, a hack-n-slash action adventure where players assume the role of Fury in her quest to hunt down and dispose of the Seven Deadly Sins. The most enigmatic of the Four Horsemen, Fury must bring balance to the forces that now ravage Earth.


Deliver Us The Moon: Fortuna, by KeokeN Interactive

Deliver Us The Moon: Fortuna is set in the near future where Earth's natural resources are depleted. In an effort to solve the energy crisis, global powers created the World Space Agency and secured a promising new source of energy on the moon. The World Space Agency colonized and operated from the moon until one fateful night all communications with Earth ceased and the energy source was lost. Now, years later, you assume the role of Earth's last astronaut to go on a do-or-die mission to investigate what happened and save humanity.


Fear the Wolves, by Vostok Games and Focus Home Interactive

When Fear the Wolves hit early access last month, it brought with it a unique vote-based weather system to the expanding battle royale genre. In addition to other players and mutated creatures stalking you throughout the wasteland, you’ll be battling harsh winds and thunderous storms in order to stay alive.


Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, by Ninja Theory

From the makers of Heavenly Sword, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, and DmC: Devil May Cry, comes the award-wining Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, a warrior’s brutal journey into myth and madness. Set in the Viking age, a broken Celtic warrior embarks on a haunting vision quest into Viking Hell to fight for the soul of her dead lover.


KINETIK, by Hero Machine Studios

In the futuristic world of KINETIK, the Earth is at war with the military forces occupying an abandoned lunar base. Your primary objective is to simply survive, either alone or with a squad of friends at your side. The game will combine RPG, and tactical shooter elements into one fast-paced survival experience when it goes into Early Access later this year.


Outpost Zero, by Symmetric Games and tinyBuild Games

When the Earth is on the verge of dying, man must colonize a new world if it’s going to survive. Outpost Zero puts you on the resource-rich planet of Gaiya, where you’ll be building outposts, fighting to survive, and competing with other corporations for control of the planet.  


Overkill’s The Walking Dead, by Overkill Software and Starbreeze Studios

OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead is set in Washington, DC, and adds a brand new story to existing Walking Dead world. In this game you and up to three of your friends will scavenge, shoot, and attempt to survive in our nation’s capital. With unique skills and roles, each person will need to pull their weight if you want to defeat enemies both living and undead when the game launches this November.


SCUM, by Gamepires and Devolver Digital

SCUM takes place in a not-too-distant future where prisoners fight for survival and glory as millions of viewers watch at home. The game gives you an unprecedented level of control over your character’s stats, including metabolism, and inertia during movement. As you explore the vast island your character will grow, craft items, and learn new skills that will help you survive when you face off against other players.


Stormdivers, by Housemarque

As the name suggests, Stormdivers has you diving right into the eye of a recurring nano storm as you battle it out with a host of other players. You’ll need to use a combination of stealth and a steady aim if you’re going to survive the dangers of the island, and escape with all the riches that it has to offer.