Epic Games’ popular engine already natively supports DLSS, which is clearly a major step forward.
Numerous development teams have already proven that with the right expertise, you can create quite stunning virtual worlds using Unreal Engine 4, which is also completely free to use. Although Unreal Engine 5 was introduced last year, which will make the studios capable of even more amazing things, Epic Games has not forgotten its predecessor and, together with another brigade, brought an important innovation.
PC gamers probably won’t need to be introduced to Nvidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning Super-Sampling) feature, which is designed directly for their own video cards and allows players to achieve not only higher resolution, but even more fps while playing. This is one of the great news that Unreal Engine 4 already natively supports this technology, which could mean we will be able to see it in even more creations in the future.
Although the first version of DLSS has not yet become explicitly popular among studios, as the neural network had to be taught individually for each game, in version 2.0, Nvidia has already removed this hurdle.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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