Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:46pm 24/03/22 | 0 Comments
Ghostwire: Tokyo is out this week and with some its amazing use of ray-tracing its modern-day Japan is truly stunning to explore. On PC it will support DLSS to boot, for a smooth 4K 60fps+ on GeForce RTX hardware. And with DLSS support coming to Evil Dead: The Game in May, we've also got a good look as some of the gameplay and visuals.
First off, here's Ghostwire with DLSS enabled offering a massive boost to performance.
Next up, we've got Evil Dead: The Game, and even though the below video highlights that sweet DLSS performance bump it's also a good look at some of the gameplay. And yeah, it definitely captures the look and feel of the first two films. Very cool.
And finally, indie hit Paradise Killer is getting both ray-traced reflections and DLSS support.