NVIDIA DLSS Now Available In Naraka: Bladepoint

By Andrew Burnes on April 08, 2021 | Featured Stories GeForce RTX GPUs NVIDIA DLSS

NVIDIA DLSS adoption continues at rapid pace following the addition of DLSS to 9 other games this year, and the launch of the Unreal Engine 4 plugin, which enables developers to add DLSS to their titles with less than a day’s work.

Only GeForce RTX GPUs feature the Tensor Cores that power DLSS, and with DLSS now available in nearly 40 titles and counting, GeForce RTX offers the fastest frame rates in leading triple-A titles and indie darlings. With NVIDIA DLSS, GeForce RTX gamers have smoother gameplay and the headroom to enable higher-quality effects and rendering resolutions.

Naraka: Bladepoint Adds NVIDIA DLSS - Sign Up For The April Closed Beta Now

24 Entertainment's Naraka: Bladepoint is one of the first Unity-powered games to incorporate NVIDIA DLSS, when its developers introduced support in a closed beta that rolled out last week. An online multiplayer PvP game with battle royale and death match modes, Naraka: Bladepoint further differentiates itself by offering plenty of verticality, with fast traversal powered by parkour and grappling hooks.

When NVIDIA DLSS was introduced, GeForce RTX gamers enjoyed up to 60% faster performance at 4K with max settings:

With the free increase in performance provided by NVIDIA DLSS, all GeForce RTX 30 Series players were able to enjoy the game’s action at 60 FPS+ with max settings at 4K. And being a multiplayer battle royale, where you’re out of the match if you die, having higher-fidelity visuals in concert with fast, responsive frame rates gave players the best possible chance of victory. Spot enemies with greater ease, get your attacks off that bit faster, and avoid slowdown during the most action packed moments; it all helps in high stakes battle royales.


If you missed out on Naraka: Bladepoint’s last closed beta, you can sign up to participate in another that starts April 23rd - simply head to the game’s Steam page and click the “Request Access” button. When the time comes, selected gamers will be granted access to the test, and can check out the game and its NVIDIA DLSS integration for themselves.

As Always, There’s More To Come

With the addition of Naraka: Bladepoint there’s now nearly 40 games with NVIDIA DLSS. Plus, there are plenty of other titles with ray tracing and NVIDIA Reflex, which recently launched in Rainbow Six Siege and Overwatch. And of course, there are many more implementations of these technologies waiting in the wings to be announced and released in the coming weeks and months.

For details, stay tuned to GeForce.com.