NVIDIA Has announced that the popular Battle Royale Fortnite is getting RTX, DLSS 2.0 and NVIDIA Reflex support starting September 17.
NVIDIA hosted a Livestream show a week ago where they showed off their latest 2nd generation RTX graphics cards. We also got an announcement that the popular Battle Royale game Fortnite is getting an RTX update. This RTX update will introduce Ray Tracing, DLSS, and NVIDIA Reflex to Fortnite.
WE also got a trailer that showed off Fortnite RTX in action.
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RTX Coming On September 17th
According to pcworld.com apparently NVIDIA announced on Tuesday that RTX support for Fortnite is coming on September 17th. RTX card owners can enable a setting in-game after 17th September to get the full graphical upgrade of Ray Tracing in Fortnite. The RTX update will feature Ray-traced reflections, Ray-traced shadows, Global Illumination, and Ray Traced Ambient occlusions.
We will also get the 2.0 version of DLSS(Deep Learning Super Sampling). DLSS 2.0 will bring AI-assisted rendering technology that will be almost 2 times faster than normal rendering methods.
NVIDIA Reflex is another feature that will be added to Fortnite on September 17th. Reflex works on minimizing system delay to make the game feel even smoother and faster. NVIDIA Reflex can be used to monitor the system delay and minimize it to the lowest.
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