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Both Marvel's Avengers and Wolfenstein: Youngblood have been updated with NVIDIA DLSS support which utilises the Tensor cores in the GeForce RTX range to offer up massive performance gains without sacrificing detail. Basically, it's a magical form of upscaling - and something we've been blown away by across both Death Stranding and Remedy's Control.


As per our NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Founders Edition Review at 4K with Ultra settings Death Stranding goes from an already silky smooth 102.6 FPS to 137.1 thanks to DLSS. A sizable 34% bump in performance - which positions DLSS as something of a killer feature on PC. Something bolstered by the fact that the Quality DLSS setting often looks better and more detailed than running the same game at a native resolution.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood's DLSS Ultra Performance mode supports 8K gaming with a GeForce RTX 3090, as will Ubisoft's Watch Dogs: Legion when it drops later this month. Oh, and perhaps the biggest release of this and any recent year - Cyberpunk 2077 - will also support DLSS on day one.



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