Horizon Zero Dawn improves your PC performance with NVIDIA DLSS

Along with the announcement of God of War this morning, NVIDIA has announced that its DLSS technology will be implemented in new games during this month of December, with a list including titles such as Lemnis Gate, ICARUS, Diablo 2: Resurrected, Chorus or Horizon Zero Dawn, in a list that already offers support for more than 140 video games.

However, this time we want to focus on the latter, since it seems that the case of Horizon Zero Dawn is especially accentuated. And it is that this new patch that activates NVIDIA DLSS will help improve game performance by up to 50%, maintaining a great image quality. In fact, with this update, GeForce RTX 3060 and higher graphics cards will now allow us to play above 60 FPS at 4K resolution.

According to the 1.11 patch notes shared on Reddit by Guerilla’s own studio, PC gamers will now have:

Graphics improvements

  • Nvidia DLSS scaling technology added.

  • AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution was added, replacing FidelityFX CAS.

Changes to the user interface

Performance improvements

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