News from NVIDIA Reflex in Rainbow Six Siege, two new games with DLSS support, Unreal Engine with DLSS and Reflex support, DLSS use by the creative industry

Aiming enhancement for Rainbow Six: Siege players and GeForce players

GeForce 10-series and newer graphics card users, as well as Rainbow Six: Siege fans, can now download the Public Test Server, run Vulkan, and test the NVIDIA Reflex technique for pre-release. You only need to go to the display options and enable NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency.

Reducing system delays is a priority for all players, because a fraction of a second when you press the trigger can mean a lost game. Easier targeting of enemies and improved responsiveness is made possible by minimizing latency by NVIDIA Reflex.

NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer helps gamers measure and optimize system latency. The electronics and software built into the monitors and mice allow you to easily measure delays, which allows you to create your own configuration for maximum responsiveness. The ASUS ROG SWIFT 360Hz PG259QNR monitor and the MSI Clutch GM41 mouse are now available among NVIDIA Reflex latency analyzer compatible products.

NiOh 2: The Complete Edition and Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord join games that support NVIDIA DLSS.

Enabling DLSS in NiOh 2 increases FPS by up to 58%. Thanks to this, users of GeForce RTX cards can count on a constant liquidity above 60 fps.

On the other hand, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord players from NVIDIA DLSS technology can enjoy up to 50% more performance in 4K resolution, reaching over 60 fps on all GeForce RTX cards.

NVIDIA DLSS and Reflex techniques have become easier to implement in UE4 based games

Game makers can now use the most groundbreaking techniques more easily. Developers who use UE4 have the option of using DLSS as a plug-in for Unreal Engine 4.26. Moreover, NVIDIA Reflex is now available as a feature in UE4.

Leading companies use NVIDIA DLSS technology to increase the efficiency of AI-accelerated processes

It’s not just gamers who enjoy the benefits of DLSS. Now, too, the creative industry can use this technique to streamline a wide variety of workflows, including architectural visualization, virtual reality, product design, animation, simulation, and data generation.

Leading filmmakers including 51 World, Surreal Film Productions, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), Hyundai Motors, Orca Studios and Goodbye Kansas Studios use DLSS technology to increase their productivity and pursue their creative plans.