Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy And Dying Light 2 Will Have Nvidia DLSS and Ray-Tracing Support

Nvidia has announced more games to support features available for owners of their GeForce RTX line of graphics cards.

Two of them are big upcoming titles. Square Enix’s Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy and Techland’s Dying Light 2 Stay Human will support both Nvidia DLSS (Nvidia’s proprietary upscaling tech) and ray-tracing.

For Guardians, expect ray-traced reflections utilised in the game. And for Dying Light 2, you can expect ray-traced reflections, shadows and also global illumination.

Also, Battlefield 2042 will also be supporting Nvidia DLSS and Nvidia Reflex, the latter being Nvidia’s tech that reduces input lag.

If you are purchasing an Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics card, or a new laptop with GeForce RTX graphics, there’s a currently a promo where you can earn a free key for Battlefield 2042 with your purchase. For more info and how to redeem, you can find more information about it here.

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