Horizon Forbidden West: Complete Edition PC Port to Feature DLSS 3 Support

Horizon Forbidden West: Complete Edition on PC Will Feature DLSS 3 Support Upon Launch

Nvidia has confirmed that Horizon Forbidden West: Complete Edition, slated for a PC release later this year, will boast DLSS 3 support upon launch. Excitingly, DLSS is Nvidia’s third-generation technology designed to enhance frame rates for compatible PC games.

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DLSS 3, introduced last year, utilizes deep learning algorithms to upscale lower-resolution images in real-time. This technology delivers an improved performance without sacrificing visual quality. This capability makes DLSS 3 a sought-after feature for gamers looking to enhance their gameplay experience.

Furthermore, Horizon Forbidden West’s PC adaptation joins a growing roster of games embracing DLSS 3 technology. Nvidia has been actively expanding its library of supported titles, showcasing the capabilities of its GPU series.

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In addition to Horizon Forbidden West, upcoming releases like Diablo IV and Tekken 8 are also set to integrate DLSS 3 support. The DLSS 3 will elevate their graphics and performance on compatible hardware. Notable games already benefiting from this technology include popular titles like Fortnite, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, and the highly anticipated Alan Wake 2.

Nvidia’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of gaming technology is evident with DLSS 3. Their tech offers PC gamers enhanced visual experiences and smoother frame rates, especially for those equipped with the latest RTX 40 series GPUs.