New Game Ready Driver Adds Support for NVIDIA DLSS in ‘DOOM Eternal’, ‘LEGO Builder’s Journey’, and ‘Rest’.
Lego Builders’s Journey launches today on PC with ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS
Today, LEGO Builder’s Journey comes to life on PC, enhanced by ray-traced ambient occlusion, global illumination, reflections and shadows and accelerated with NVIDIA DLSS, delivering an unparalleled LEGO experience for GeForce gamers.
LEGO Builder’s Journey is the world’s first Unity game with ray tracing. LEGO Builder’s Journey is an aesthetic and atmospheric geometric puzzle game set in an entirely LEGO brick-based environment. DLSS improves game performance by as much as 92%.
“LEGO bricks are something everyone knows and loves. Ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS powered by GeForce RTX bring the LEGO world to life, with stunning visuals and smooth performance.” – Mikkel Fredborg, Tech Lead, Light Brick Studio
GeForce Gamers Playing Doom Eternal Get a Performance and Image Quality Upgrade with Ray Tracing and NVIDIA DLSS on June 29
Id Software, Bethesda Softworks and NVIDIA have teamed up to bring NVIDIA DLSS and ray tracing to DOOM Eternal. DOOM Eternal’s NVIDIA DLSS and ray tracing update is coming on June 29.
DOOM is a legendary game franchise and DOOM Eternal launched last year to critical acclaim and fan admiration. Powered by idTech, id’s incredibly fast game engine, DOOM Eternal pushes the visual boundaries even further by adding ray-traced reflections and performance-enhancing NVIDIA DLSS. This continues the winning streak for NVIDIA DLSS and ray tracing. DOOM is a massive gaming franchise, and DOOM Eternal is yet another Triple-A game that has moved to NVIDIA pioneered gaming technologies to take their performance and visual quality to new heights.
“DOOM Eternal is built to deliver the very best in engaging gameplay, stunning visuals and uncompromising performance. With the addition of ray tracing to idTech and support for NVIDIA DLSS, we are pushing the engine in exciting new ways and we can’t wait for GeForce RTX gamers to experience it.” – Marty Stratton, id Software studio director
GeForce gamers who play RUST will receive a performance upgrade with NVIDIA DLSS on July 1
Facepunch Studios is bringing NVIDIA DLSS to Rust on July 1, improving performance for GeForce RTX players. This follows the addition of NVIDIA Reflex in May, which reduced system latency by up to 38%, making gameplay more responsive and players more competitive.
With both NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex, GeForce RTX players receive the best Rust experience, with the fastest performance and most responsive gameplay possible. Check back on July 1 for more information.
“I am pleased to announce that NVIDIA DLSS will be available for Rust on July 1. In Rust, split-second responses can be the difference between life and death, with NVIDIA DLSS offering our players a performance boost without sacrificing visual quality and a better overall experience, it’s a win-win.”
– Helk, project manager, designer and programmer of Rust
More Game Ready goodies and upgrades
NVIDIA’s Game Ready Driver for DOOM Eternal and LEGO Builder’s Journey, releasing June 22, also adds other features, including:
- Improvements to the GeForce experience, including:
- Once-Click HDR screenshot capture for all GeForce Experience supported games: GeForce Experience has expanded game support for fast HDR screenshot capture of over 300 Ansel-supported games, with over 1000+ games now supporting GeForce Experience. Press to save an HDR screenshot in JXR format while playing on your HDR monitor. Try the free HDR+WCG Image Viewer from the Microsoft Store to view the images
- New Freestyle Sharpen Filter: A new and improved Sharpen+ filter has been added for Freestyle that uses depth to improve quality
- FPS counter: Based on feedback, NVIDIA has made adjustments to the new FPS counter so that “N/A” is no longer displayed when FPS is not available
- One-Click Automatic GPU Tuning: Improved user experience by adding status messages during the reconciliation process
- The addition of GeForce Experience optimal settings for four new games, including:
- Blade & Soul
- Crossfire HD
- Fantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis
- The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV
- Provides the best experience for F1 2021.
- NVIDIA DLSS support for Vulkan API games is now available on Proton, allowing Linux gamers to use the dedicated AI Tensor Cores of their GeForce RTX GPUs to boost frame rates in DOOM Eternal, No Man’s Sky, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
- Support for DLSS-enhanced DirectX titles running through Proton will follow later this fall.
- Support for 3 new G-SYNC compatible gaming monitors: AOC AG274US4R6B, AOC AG254FWG8R4, ASUS VG28UQL1A, LG 32GN650/32GN63T (full specs on GeForce.com).