February 23, 2024


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Over 500 RTX games and apps!

Over 500 RTX games and apps!

Nvidia celebrates the huge achievement: more than 500 games and applications with RTX technology!
Source: Nvidia

RTX, which is now part of all newly released Nvidia graphics cards, has been a real game-changer since its introduction just over five years ago, and not only does RTX give developers unique capabilities in game development, it raises the bar for… Games too. To a whole new level. The most important technologies leading the way are ray tracing and DLSS. Ray tracing attracts gamers with a highly realistic representation of light and shadow (made possible thanks to special RT cores on graphics cards), while AI-powered DLSS with Tensor cores ensures more performance, extra frames and better image quality in games. Both technologies have become an integral part of current top games such as Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare or Diablo IV, to name just a few of the major titles. The list of successful films that use AI support to improve performance and image quality is huge.

Nvidia’s AI-powered technology is the future of gaming

How important the topic of AI is currently for game development and what importance the topic will have in the future can be seen from the impressive list of companies whose creative applications greatly benefit from RTX technology. RTX is used in a wide range of products from Adobe and Autodesk, as well as the Unity and Unreal graphics engines.

According to Nvidia, gamers worldwide spend 87 million hours per week playing games that take advantage of RTX. Nearly 100% of all gamers playing with Geforce RTX 40 series graphics cards use the benefits of the powerful RTX framework in games like Alan Wake 2, Minecraft, Diablo IV, Naraka: Bladepoint, or Cyberpunkt 2077: Phantom Liberty. Available now, Geforce Game Ready brings new functionality to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, for example, and provides full RTX support for upcoming titles like Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora starting on day one of release.