NVIDIA RTX Gamers have had a great run recently with standout games such as 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 kicking it up with DLSS 2.
October brings a DLSS performance upgrade for The LampLighters League. Other games in the RTX mix this week include DESORDRE: A Puzzle Game Adventure, Deliver Us Mars, Lodestar and Witchfire.
The Lamplighters League Launches with DLSS 2
Launching today, October 3rd, The Lamplighters League boasts out-of-the-box support for DLSS 2, giving GeForce RTX gamers the definitive day 1 experience.
Sneak, steal, and shoot your way through a world of pulp adventure in The Lamplighters League. Globetrot across a variety of exciting locales around the world and outwit your enemies in strategic turn-based combat – and, if you play your cards right, you might just save the world.
Harebrained Schemes, the creators of The Shadowrun Trilogy and BATTLETECH brings gamers an all-new world set in an alternate 1930s, where a tyrannical cult called the Banished Court stands on the cusp of world domination. For millennia, all that stood between this sinister cabal and their plans was a band of heroic scholars known as the Lamplighters League. Recruit a team of misfits and scoundrels with unique abilities and unforgettable personalities, and chase the Banished Court to the ends of the earth in a mix of real-time infiltration, turn-based tactical combat, and a character-driven story of adventure and intrigue.
DESORDRE: A Puzzle Game Adventure Upgrades To Full Ray Tracing
SHK Interactive’s DESORDRE: A Puzzle Game Adventure, launched with DLSS 2 in June, helps GeForce RTX gamers get faster performance in the parallel world’s players to jump between as part of an experimental therapy program. In August, it became one of the world’s first Unreal Engine 5.2 games and upgraded to DLSS 3.
Now, DESORDRE has been upgraded with fully ray-traced graphics.
More Gaming Goodness:
Here is a rundown of other DLSS-related news this week:
- Deliver Us Mars adds NVIDIA Hybrid Ray Tracing Translucency in an update today, enabling enhanced reflection and refraction. The game already supports DLSS 3, NVIDIA Reflex, ray-traced reflections, and ray-traced shadows. See it in action in this new RTX Trailer.
- Lodestar is available now with DLSS 2.
- Witchfire, released last week, boasts support for DLSS 3 and Reflex on GeForce RTX PCs and laptops, with performance multiplied on average by 2.3X at 4K. See it in action in this new trailer.