GeForce gamers playing Rust has an NVIDIA DLSS update today.
Gamers playing Rust on the GeForce RTX platform also get an instant upgrade today, thanks to DLSS. With DLSS enabled, Rust will receive up to 50% more performance in 4K.
This follows the addition of NVIDIA Reflex in May, which reduced system latency by up to 38%, making gaming more responsive and gamers more competitive ….
With DLSS and Reflex, GeForce RTX gamers get an unmatched Rust experience – with low latency thanks to NVIDIA Reflex and blazing fast FPS counts without sacrificing image quality thanks to DLSS.
“In Rust, split-second reactions can be the difference between life and death, with NVIDIA DLSS providing our players with an increase in performance, without sacrificing visual quality and a better overall experience, that’s a must. win-win “.
– Helk, Rust project manager, designer and programmer.
GeForce players playing Escape from Tarkov receive an NVIDIA Reflex upgrade today.
Escape From Tarkov from Battlestate Games is an extremely popular, tactical first-person action game. With the Escape from Tarkov update and coming support in CrossFire HD, NVIDIA Reflex latency reduction technology will be supported in 12 of the top 15 competitive shooter games.
With the latest patch and the click of a button, system latency will be instantly reduced up to 38%, greatly improving responsiveness.
“We are pleased to bring NVIDIA Reflex Escape from Tarkov to ensure the lowest possible system latency and the most accurate, responsive gameplay possible. NVIDIA Reflex brings gamers up to 38% reduced system latency” – Battlestate Games Team
A fraction of a second behind the trigger can make the difference between winning or losing engagement, which is why reducing system latency can be of great benefit to Escape from Tarkov players. With NVIDIA Reflex, system latency is reduced, making it easier to target enemies and improve your PC’s responsiveness. This is essentially a free upgrade for a very large number of GeForce players.