Today, the long-awaited technological preview of the Ray Tracing: Overdrive Mode of Cyberpunk 2077and graphics card users GeForce RTX 40 Series will be able to multiply their performance thanks to the power of Generation of DLSS frames 3.
CD PROJEKT RED game is one of the most technologically advanced titles, incorporating a host of ray tracing techniques to render a huge futuristic city in incredible detail. NOW, Cyberpunk 2077 raises the bar again with the release of Ray Tracing Tech Preview: Overdrive Mode, which adds full ray tracing, also known as path tracing, to the game. path tracing.
Ray Tracing Tech Preview: Overdrive Mode by Cyberpunk 2077 represents a glimpse into the future of full ray tracing, and NVIDIA continues to work with CD PROJEKT RED on further improvements related to the laser tracebug fixes and performance optimizations.
NVIDIA took advantage of the launch of Ray Tracing: Overdrive Mode from Cyberpunk 2077 to announce the arrival of DLSS 2 with new titles: Eternal Space 2, Raised on life, LEAP there Like a dragon: were!.
DLSS (or Deep Learning Super Sampling) is a technology that uses artificial intelligence to improve the performance of video games. When enabled, gamers can enjoy a higher frame rate and have the ability to use more demanding graphics settings.
When DLSS was released in 2018, 4 games were supported; 37% of RTX graphics card users enabled ray tracing effects and 26% used DLSS 1.0. Today, millions of people have added an RTX GPU to their rig. Among RTX 40 Series owners, 83% have effects enabled with laser trace and 79% experienced improved DLSS performance in supported games.
The popularity and rapid adoption of DLSS has fueled other advances and technologies, such as 4K resolution, used by 28% of gamers, and monitors with refresh rates of 144Hz and above, used by 62% of gamers. GeForce RTX 40 series graphics card users.
There are already over 280 DLSS-enabled games and apps, 30 of which take advantage of the performance boost of DLSS 3, with 7x faster adoption than DLSS 2 in the first six months of release.