NVIDIA DLSS is accelerating performance in over 55 games, including the highest rated and most played titles such as Call of Duty: Warzone, Control, Cyberpunk 2077, Fortnite, Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition, Minecraft for Windows 10, and more.
Today we’re announcing DLSS is coming to Facepunch Studios’ massively popular multiplayer survival game, Rust, on July 1st, and is available now in Necromunda: Hired Gun and Chernobylite. Tomorrow, with a Linux graphics driver update, we’ll also be adding support for Vulkan API DLSS games on Proton.
This is in addition to the 5 recently announced DLSS titles that are coming soon, including LEGO® Builder’s Journey on June 22nd, DOOM Eternal on June 29th, and Red Dead Redemption 2. And this month has already seen DLSS released in Rainbow Six Siege, No Man’s Sky and The Persistence, and as a plugin in Unreal Engine 5.
NVIDIA DLSS is available as a free plugin for the industry’s most used game engines: our DLSS plugin for Unreal Engine 4 launched in February, support for Unity is upcoming in 2021.2, and our DLSS plugin for Unreal Engine 5 launched on June 17th. Engine integrations make it fast and easy for developers to enable DLSS in their games.