NVIDIA has set off to Cologne for Gamescom 2021, with a load of important news in the world of gaming. Between optimizations for some of the best games around and bundle convenient for gamers, here are all the news that the company brings to Germany.
NVIDIA: all the news of Gamescom 2021
Gamers don’t just want their game to “run” on the PC. They want to be able to fly. For this reason NVIDIA works hard to optimize as many games as possible and deliver excellent experiences for gamers. For example bringing ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS up Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, which will be launched on October 26th. Instead Dying Light 2 Stay Human will arrive in December. And you can make the most of NVIDIA DLSS along with ray-traced reflections, global illumination, and shadows.
NVIDIA also announced that it will be the official graphics partner of Battlefield 2042. The game will support NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex. Also you will get the game in bundle by purchasing select GeForce RTX desktops and laptops. You can find out more details on the official website.
“With NVIDIA’s suite of groundbreaking technologies, we are able to make Battlefield 2042 the most technologically advanced version ever. NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex deliver maximum performance, best image quality, and low latency for an unprecedented competitive experience. We are very excited to collaborate with NVIDIA – our official partner – to optimize the graphics platform for PC, with the aim of showing the iconic all-out warfare, unprecedented scale and dynamically changing battlefields ”. – Seth Christie, head of technology for EA Studios Europe.
And then many other announcements:
- Thanks to NVIDIA Reflex, Escape from Tarkov found a reduction in latency from 38% to 58%, while Rust from 38% to 51%.
- Myst will launch on August 26 with NVIDIA DLSS and ray-traced reflections
- GRIT is a new battle royale set in the wild west that will launch on September 1st in Early Access with NVIDIA DLSS.
- They come with the DLSS too SYNCED: Off Planet, Bright Memory: Infinite, Loopmancer and many other games.
Finally, NVIDIA recently supported Linux gamers with DLSS for Proton, with dozens of games supported next month: Control, Cyberpunk 2077, Death Stranding, F1 2020, Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries e Necromunda: Hired Gun.
Find all these news and more on the NVIDIA website.