NVIDIA’s RTX gamers have been on a streak lately, with titles like “Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty” supporting full ray tracing and DLSS 3.5, “Counter-Strike 2” optimizing system latency with NVIDIA Reflex, and “Mortal Kombat 1” leveling up with DLSS 2.
The LampLighters League Shines Bright with DLSS 2
Launching on October 3rd, “The LampLighters League” offers out-of-the-box support for DLSS 2, providing GeForce RTX gamers with the ultimate day-one experience. In this game, players embark on a pulp adventure, sneaking, stealing, and battling their way through a captivating 1930s alternate world. As they face off against the tyrannical cult known as the Banished Court, gamers will recruit a team of unique misfits and scoundrels, each with their own special abilities, and take on the quest to save the world. Developed by Harebrained Schemes, known for “The Shadowrun Trilogy” and “BATTLETECH,” “The LampLighters League” offers a blend of real-time infiltration, turn-based tactical combat, and a character-driven story filled with adventure and intrigue.
DESORDRE: A Puzzle Game Adventure Elevates with Ray Tracing
SHK Interactive’s “DESORDRE: A Puzzle Game Adventure,” which originally launched with DLSS 2 in June and later upgraded to DLSS 3, is now enhanced with fully ray-traced graphics. This experimental therapy program-turned-gaming experience immerses players in parallel worlds, and now, thanks to ray tracing, they can enjoy stunning visuals that further deepen their gaming experience.
In addition to the DLSS enhancements, there’s more for RTX gamers:
- Deliver Us Mars adds NVIDIA Hybrid Ray Tracing Translucency in a recent update, providing enhanced reflection and refraction. The game already supports DLSS 3, NVIDIA Reflex, ray-traced reflections, and ray-traced shadows.
- Lodestar is available now with DLSS 2 support, offering players a smoother and more immersive gaming experience.
- Witchfire, released last week, offers support for DLSS 3 and Reflex on GeForce RTX PCs and laptops. Players can expect a significant performance boost, with an average 2.3X increase at 4K resolution.
For more details on these exciting updates and titles, check out the DLSS Weekly Article for 10/3. You can also catch the action in these trailers: