36 Games Now support NVIDIA DLSS 3: AMD FSR 3 is Still up in the Air

Unlike many of NVIDIA’s previous innovations (Hairworks, TXAA, HFTS, etc.), DLSS is becoming hugely popular. DLSS 2 came out with Control two years back and is now featured across 300 titles. DLSS 3 (Frame Generation) was introduced with the RTX 40 series GPUs a few months back and is doing even better. Last I checked, 36 games support DLSS 3, most AAA titles from the last six months.

Cyberpunk’s Overdrive Mode is where DLSS 3 shines. Even with cutting-edge path tracing, the RTX 40 series GPUs deliver over 60 FPS at 4K Ultra, courtesy of the frame generation technology. Unlike contemporary upscalers, DLSS 3 also reduces CPU overhead by generating the entire frame without any assistance from the CPU.

GameRT SupportRT Support
A Plague Tale: RequiemYesYes
Atomic HeartYes
Bright Memory: InfiniteYesYes
Conqueror’s BladeYes
Cyberpunk 2077Full RTYes
D5 RenderYesYes
Dakar Desert RallyYes
Deliver Us MarsYesYes
Destroy All Humans! 2 – ReprobedYes
Diablo IVYes
Dying Light 2 Stay HumanYesYes
DLSS 3YesYes
F1 22YesYes
Forza Horizon 5YesYes
HITMAN World of AssassinationYesYes
Hogwarts LegacyYesYes
Jurassic World Evolution 2YesYes
Marvel’s Midnight SunsYesYes
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles MoralesYesYes
Marvel’s Spider-Man RemasteredYesYes
Microsoft Flight SimulatorYes
Need For Speed UnboundYes
FIST: Forged In Shadow TorchFull RTYes
Sackboy: A Big AdventureYesYes
The Lord of the Rings: GollumYesYes
The Swordsmen X: SurvivalYesYes
The Witcher 3: Wild HuntYesYes
Tower of FantasyYesYes
Warhammer 40,000: DarktideYesYes
WRC Generations – The FIA WRC Official GameYes

On the other hand, AMD’s FSR 3 is yet to make an appearance, let alone compete with DLSS 3. FSR 2 was rolled well after DLSS 2 and lacks its propriety rival’s widespread support and superior quality. You can expect a similar trajectory with FSR 3.

Areej Syed

Processors, PC gaming, and the past. I have written about computer hardware for over seven years with over 5000 published articles. I started during engineering college and haven't stopped since. On the side, I play RPGs like Baldur's Gate, Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Divinity, and Fallout. Contact:
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