Over 50 games support Intel XeSS scaling technology

Intel informedthat its XeSS image scaling technology is now supported in over 50 different games and applications. Support is provided both in old games and the latest updates. With proper development, XeSS can prove itself as a worthy competitor to other scaling technologies, including NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR.

  Image Source: Intel

Image Source: Intel

Among the most notable game projects that support XeSS are Cyberpunk 2077, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Control. Recently, her support also appeared in Diablo IV. Clearly, the addition of XeSS to AAA games shows the developers’ trust in Intel and its technology to improve the user experience.

Competition from XeSS is on the rise. For example, NVIDIA recently announced that support for its DLSS 1 and DLSS 2 scaling technology is available in more than 300 games. But the latest version of the technology, DLSS 3, can only be found in a little more than 30 games. As for AMD, more than 200 games support its FSR 1.0 scaling technology, and more than 100 games support FSR 2.0.

According to Intel, 64 games and applications already have or will soon receive XeSS support. You can see their list above.

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