GDC 2023: NVIDIA’s DLSS 3 Revolutionizes Gaming Performance in Highly Anticipated
As this year’s GDC 2023 approaches, NVIDIA predictably continues to advance its DLSS technology, with numerous games adopting the latest DLSS 3, including “Diablo IV,” “Forza Horizon 5,” and “Redfall.” These highly anticipated titles have captured the attention of many gamers, with over 270 games and applications now supporting DLSS.
The forthcoming open beta for “Diablo IV” requires little introduction. While it does not yet support DLSS 3, players with GeForce RTX 40-series graphics cards need not wait long; support will be provided upon the game’s official release on June 6th. “Forza Horizon 5,” heralded by various gaming media outlets as the finest open-world racing game ever will support DLSS 3 on March 28th. “Redfall,” Bethesda’s eagerly anticipated open-world cooperative first-person shooter developed by Arkane Austin, will support DLSS 3 on May 2nd.
During GDC, NVIDIA will unveil the DLSS Frame Generation plugin, enabling more developers to integrate frame rate enhancement technology into their games and applications. DLSS Frame Generation can be accessed via NVIDIA Streamline, an open-source, cross-vendor framework designed to simplify the integration of super-resolution technologies in 3D games and applications.
Furthermore, Unreal Engine 5.2 will integrate DLSS 3, making it easier than ever for games using the Unreal Engine to incorporate DLSS 3 and effortlessly accelerate game and application performance. Epic’s Unreal Engine is an open, cutting-edge real-time 3D creation tool, empowering game developers and creators to craft state-of-the-art real-time 3D content, interactive experiences, and immersive virtual worlds.