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If PC graphics hardware had a secret ingredient, without question it would be NVIDIA DLSS - the impressing AI rendering found in the GeForce RTX GPU lineup that improves performance considerably without sacrificing visual quality. And with developers now able to implement the feature more readily, today comes word that DLSS is headed to another batch of titles.

As per the headline the list includes: No Man's Sky, AMID EVIL, Aron's Adventure, Everspace 2, Redout: Space Assault, Scavengers, and Wrench. With DLSS support also included in the VR version of No Man's Sky, Wrench, and the VR-only Into The Radius.

This new batch of titles highlight that thing that make DLSS as impressive as it is -- impressive performance. Whether its a vast open-world experience built on custom technology, a ray-traced showcase, a visually intensive PC-killer, or an ambitious indie project.

Here's a look at DLSS in No Man's Sky, where performance is boosted by up to an incredible 70% using the DLSS Performance setting.



With DLSS added to the retro-FPS AMID EVIL - that game's use of ray-traced shadows and reflections are now bolstered by a smooth presentation. It looks wonderful in motion, thanks in part to the game's great use of colour and lighting.

Also, there's a free AMID EVIL demo on Steam.



The PC-killer mentioned earlier? Yeah, that would be the action-RPG space-shooter Everspace 2, where DLSS offers up to an 80% boost in performance. Taking a game that regularly stayed well below 60fps into the realm of silky smooth.



Finally, there's Aron’s Adventure. As per the intro developers now have easy access to DLSS via plug-ins in tools -- and with this two-person developed indie adding DLSS, it points to a future where we'll be seeing more and more games adding support on PC. No matter their size or scope.



For more info on all the titles adding DLSS this month -- head here.



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