Forza Horizon 5 now playable with DLSS 3, other games welcome NVIDIA technology
NVIDIA announced at the beginning of the year, more and more titles will welcome its technology DLSS-3without forgetting the DLSS2 for older generation graphics card users. And today, it is Forza Horizon 5 which is entitled to an update to improve performanceHe is not the only one.
The racing game Playground Games is now compatible with the DLSS-3 And SLRallowing to play in 4K at over 120 fps with all settings at maximum if you have a GeForce RTX 40 Series. THE DLSS2 meanwhile invites himself on Deceive Inc., Chia, Smalland: Survive the Wilds, Seize And The Last of Us Part I.
NVIDIA reminds in passing thathe threw during the GDC THE DLSS Frame Generation pluginsso that all developers can easily integrate this technology into their games, the same for ICATas the manufacturer says:
The release of our DLSS Frame Generation plugins will allow more developers to adopt this framerate optimization technology. DLSS Frame Generation is also accessible through NVIDIA Streamline, an open-source, cross-vendor framework that simplifies the integration of super-resolution technologies into 3D games and applications.
NVIDIA’s Image Comparison and Analysis Tool (ICAT) provides quick image quality analysis between screenshots and video, and works on any Windows PC. It is essential to help the press determine the appropriate settings when analyzing image quality. With the latest update, we now support videos in HEVC format for comparison and the ability to export your analysis as a video file.
NVIDIA ICAT allows users to easily compare up to 4 screenshots or videos using sliders, side-by-side, and pixel peeping zooms. Align comparisons in space and time, examine differences and draw conclusions.
Download NVIDIA’s Image Comparison and Analysis Tool here.
As a reminder, The Last of Us Part I is available since today on PC, you can find it at €53.99 on Gamesplanet.
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