Thursday, December 9, 2021

Black Myth: Wukong, powered by Unreal Engine 5 is boosted by NVIDIA DLSS

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Game Science’s Black Myth: Wukong was an Unreal Engine 4-powered, ARPG based game based around the well-known Monkey King mythology, and the 16th Century Journey To The West novel. Already with great visuals and exciting action, the debut trailer and gameplay video racked up tens of millions of views.

Now, in 2021, the game is boosted using the newer Unreal Engine 5, which by default has the option to enable NVIDIA DLSS. Recently, gamers can get the first-ever look at Black Myth: Wukong gameplay enhanced by NVIDIA DLSS, the first Unreal Engine 5 game to feature DLSS:

This new 12-minute trailer goes to show how the visuals have massively improved and now boosted with DLSS support. As you watch, you’ll travel through the world of Black Myth: Wukong, getting a taste of the action RPG’s gameplay, story, beautiful visuals, and cutscenes. Experience the combat against bosses, be dazzled by visual effects and discover the intriguing characters of Journey To The West.

NVIDIA is working with Game Science as it’s their most anticipated game, so NVIDIA’s game developer support organization is working diligently with Game Science throughout its development to ensure GeForce RTX users receive the definitive experience.


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A cs engineer by profession but foodie from heart. I am tech lover guy who has a passion for singing. Football is my love and making websites is my hobby.


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