“Horizon: Looking Forward to Dawn” already supports NVIDIA and AMD’s upscaling technology on the PC side

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Guerrilla Games recently released an update for the PC version of “Horizon Zero Dawn” (Horizon Zero Dawn), further improving the game experience. This new version of the change is mainly to add support for the two upscaling technologies, NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution. Before that, the game could only rely on AMD’s FidelityFX CAS. In addition, the development team also said that the new version also strengthens the game’s coloring management system.

According to NVIDIA, DLSS can bring up to 50% improvement in “Expecting Dawn”. In addition to this work, many games including the PC version of “God of War” will soon support DLSS, “God of War” will also receive the blessing of NVIDIA Reflex to further reduce the input delay, and will unlock the frame rate and support HDR, High-resolution shadows and provide better detail performance. When playing, players can control it through the keyboard and mouse, third-party controllers, or Sony’s own DualShock 4/DualSense handles.

Taking this opportunity, Santa Monica Studio also gave the configuration required for the PC version of “God of War”, you need at least NVIDIA GTX 960 or AMD R9 290X GPU, 8GB RAM, 70GB storage space, Intel i5-2500k or AMD Ryzen 3 1200 processing To run this game. This work will be launched on January 14, 2022, and “God of War: Ragnarok” will also land on PS5 and PS4 next year.


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