Nvidia announced that its latest GeForce Game Ready driver brings you day-one support for the ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS 2.0-enabled Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition, as well as Mass Effect Legendary Edition and Resident Evil Village. Also included is support for 5 new G-SYNC Compatible displays. To download and install, simply fire up GeForce Experience and click the "Drivers" tab.
Metro Exodus was one of the first games to leverage ray tracing for realistic, immersive, improved graphics, and one of the first to boost performance with the original version of NVIDIA DLSS. On May 6th, developer 4A Games will launch the Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition, which adds additional ray-traced effects and adds NVIDIA DLSS 2.0 for greater performance and improved image quality. Available for free to all Metro Exodus owners, the PC Enhanced Edition runs exclusively on ray tracing-capable GPUs, leveraging their specialized hardware to introduce new and improved ray-traced effects that make the spectacular game look even better. Experience new, advanced ray-traced reflections, improved ray-traced global illumination lighting that’s applied to every light throughout the game, and the introduction of ray-traced emissive lighting, previously seen exclusively in The Two Colonels DLC.
Learn more about the features of the PC Enhanced Edition here, and head back to GeForce.com soon to get further details on the game’s ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS performance. And before the PC Enhanced Edition’s launch on May 6th, be sure to download and install our new Game Ready Driver to optimize your performance and experience. The new Game Ready Driver also includes support for two other highly anticipated titles: Mass Effect Legendary Edition, launching May 14th, and Resident Evil Village, launching May 7th.
In addition this month, the games adding DLSS include Call of Duty: Warzone, one of the planet’s most popular battle royale multiplayer shooters, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Naraka: Bladepoint, Outriders, and Mortal Shell. By enabling NVIDIA DLSS in each, frame rates are greatly accelerated, giving you smoother gameplay and the headroom to enable higher-quality effects and rendering resolutions. For gamers, only GeForce RTX GPUs feature the Tensor Cores that power DLSS, and with DLSS now available in over 40 titles and counting, GeForce RTX offers the fastest frame rates in leading triple-A titles and indie darlings.