Nvidia’s DLSS is now freely available to any developer who wants it

Nvidia’s DLSS is now freely available to any developer who wants it

Nvidia’s DLSS is now freely available to any developer who wants it Until now, any game developer who wanted to access Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) performance booster had to apply for access. But Nvidia have chosen to be a benevolent graphics god and have released the latest SDK without any restrictions. AMD did the same thing last week, releasing their FidelityFX Super Resolution tech (or FSR to its friends) as a free download. That means the two biggest leaps in overall gaming performance are free for anyone to use (even me). I await the tweet from the first developer who implements both in their game at the same time, warning us of the graphics singularity that they’ve unleashed. 60 games currently have DLSS support, the most recent addition being Red Dead Redemption 2, and it’s still a big deal when a game implements it. Who wouldn’t want a free performance boost if you have the relevant hardware? Anecdotally, I spotted a developer talking about downloading the SDK on Twitter. A few hours later they tweeted that they’d implemented …
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