Nvidia’s DLSS hasn’t been round for lengthy, however RTX GPU tech is already altering the realm of PC gaming. Thanks to a latest wave of RTX-themed bulletins, we now know that the AI upscaling will be included into Alan Wake Remastered at launch. Better nonetheless, the instrument will successfully double the game’s performance on RTX GPUs.

According to Nvidia’s newest press launch, all DLSS-enabled graphics playing cards will run Remedy’s Alan Wake revival with max settings whereas reaching over 60fps at 4K. In principle, because of this even when you have a baseline RTX 2000 collection GPU, you need to nonetheless be capable of expertise the remastered thriller at its finest in your gaming PC.

While Nvidia’s DLSS claims appear a bit daring, the press launch additionally comes totally outfitted with benchmarks. Unsurprisingly, RTX 3000 GPUs obtain a modest body fee enhance from DLSS, with the RTX 3080 Ti gaining round 20fps on common. However, with DLSS ‘performance mode’ switched on, the RTX 2060’s common 34fps doubles to 68.3fps. This is bound to be a reduction for anybody utilizing Nvidia’s first wave of RTX playing cards, particularly since 3000 collection GPUs are presently scarce.

If you’re aware of the workings of DLSS and AMD FidelityFX, you’ll know that the AI instruments can wield spectacular outcomes at excessive resolutions. Technically talking, DLSS is extra like smoke and mirrors than precise magic, however it will possibly wield outcomes that may surpass native 4K settings, particularly in the case of jaggies and artefacting.

Nvidia DLSS Alan Wake benchmark figures bar chart with dark and light green entries.

It’s price noting that Alan Wake isn’t the one game getting Nvidia’s DLSS therapy. In truth, the corporate has already built-in the instrument into a further 28 video games utilizing its Unreal Engine plugin. As a end result, over 100 video games now help DLSS out of the field, which means you’ll be capable of crank up your visible settings on much more video games with out a lot compromise.