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Alan Wake Remastered is adding Nvidia DLSS at launch

Published: 14:50, 22 September 2021
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Alan Wake Remastered is coming to consoles and PC
Alan Wake Remastered is coming to consoles and PC

Remedy Entertainment will implement Nvidia's DLSS tech in their upcoming remaster of classic horror title Alan Wake. Nvidia say DLSS will offer 2X performance increase at 4K resolution.

Alan Wake Remastered will launch with Nvidia DLSS technology, Nvidia officially revealed via their website. There is no mention that Nvidia's ray-tracing tech will also be in the game so we assume the game will have open-source DX ray-tracing implementation so both AMD and Nvidia graphics cards owners will get to enjoy shiny new reflections and other RT features.

This is where DLSS comes in handy. As you may know, this upscaling tech helps by boosting frame-rate for a minimal visual downgrade. AMD also have their own solution Fidelity FX SuperResolution but it remains to be seen in Remedy also implement this tech to Alan Wake Remastered. 

Nvidia Alan Wake Remastered PC performance in 4K with DLSS Alan Wake Remastered PC performance in 4K with DLSS

Nvidia say Alan Wake Remastered will accelerate in-game performance by up to 2X at 4K resolution. We suggest you take these numbers with a grain of salt until we get to actually play the game or some independent tech outlets test the performance with DLSS.

Alan Wake Remastered is launching on October 5, 2021 and brings revamped textures, models, effects, cinematics, and more, breathing new life into the critically acclaimed game, and its two-story expansions. 

You can find more details about Alan Wake Remastered, including the comparison screenshots in our earlier reports. 

Source: Nvidia

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