Forza Horizon 5 gets Nvidia DLSS 3 support
- Forza Horizon 5 gets Nvidia DLSS 3 right before the launch of Rally Adventure expansion.
- Nvidia has revealed how DLSS 3 will improve performance and visuals in Forza Horizon 5.
- Nvidia DLSS 2 has now added support for The Last of Us Part 1, Gripper, and Smalland: Survive The Wilds.
Nvidia has rolled out a new update that brings Nvidia DLSS 3 as well as Nvidia Reflex for Forza Horizon 5. The update also brings DLSS 2 support for a bunch of games, to offer its DLSS tech in more than 280 games and apps. Nvidia has previously released Game Ready drivers for Resident Evil 4 Remake and Diablo 4 open beta. These updates improve performance and visuals in many games, making them feel even more immersive. Nvidia has also revealed some benchmarks for Forza Horizon 5 using GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs with DLSS 3 enabled.
Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) tech uses AI to boost frame rates on PC games, which lets you run games at graphics-intensive settings without affecting performance. DLSS 3 will allow GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs to run the game at 4K with 120 FPS or higher. Nvidia has shared a 4K gameplay video of Forza Horizon 5 with DLSS 3 and ray-tracing enabled, which shows the game going past 200 FPS. The new Nvidia DLSS update comes just before the launch of Forza Horizon 5’s upcoming expansion, called Rally Adventure. The new expansion takes players to Sierra Nueva, where they will explore the dusty surroundings and race against other players. Apart from these, the new update also brings DLSS 2 support for The Last of Us Part 1, Gripper, and Smalland: Survive The Wilds.