GeForce NOW supports DLSS 2.0, includes new games

The game streaming platform by Nvidia now provides support for Deep Learning Super Sampling 2.0 (DLSS 2.0). GeForce NOW was in the news for some developers making and exit, followed by Ubisoft’s entry. But it seems Nvidia isn’t giving up on GeForce NOW and implements its newer offerings.

DLSS 2.0 performance expectation: GeForce Now: Vs GeForce RTX

Traditionally, DLSS 2.0 is possible to use RT cores, requiring the user to have RTX graphics cards. This helps the platform as it uses machine learning and AI for upscaling low-resolution game with higher graphics quality and none to a minimal loss in frame rates. While I believe GeForce NOW with this feature won’t necessarily give the same performance as having your own RTX series graphics card, it should provide noticeable gameplay while having lesser load on Nvidia’s servers.

Control is the first game to provide DLSS 2.0 in GeForce NOW. The platform also includes more games. Nvidia gave the following statement:

DLSS 2.0 is now available on GeForce Now, allowing us to increase graphics quality settings while maintaining smooth, stutter-free frame rates. While Control is the first game on GeForce Now to support DLSS 2.0, additional games, including MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries and Deliver Us the Moon, will gain support in the future.

New games included

The new list adds some notable games: Amnesia, The Dark Descent, STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl, Saints Tow 2 and others.  The following are the new games included:

Amnesia: The Dark Descent Drug Dealer Simulator Might & Magic Heroes VII – Trial by Fire – Uplay Saints Row 2 Steel Division: Normandy 44 Trainz: A New Era
Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood – Uplay Earth 2160 Moving Out Sanctum 2 Streets of Rage 4 YLands
Battle Chasers: Nightwar Fire Pro Wrestling World S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky SnowRunner (Epic Games Store) The Council – Episode 1
Dead Island Definitive Edition Medieval Engineers S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl SpellForce – Platinum Edition The King of Fighters XIII

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