No Man's Sky VR Now Supports NVIDIA's DLSS

NVIDIA has added DLSS support for nine more titles, including the first VR title in No Man's Sky VR.

NVIDIA announced a total of nine games that will now support its DLSS technology, with No Man's Sky being one of the biggest new additions, as it is now the first VR game to support DLSS.

NVIDIA also announced eight other games that will now support DLSS, including AMID EVIL, Aron's Adventure, Everspace 2, Redout: Space Assault, Scavengers, and Wrench

The trailer for NMS DLSS support can be seen below. 

These nine new additions now come on top of five other games being given DLSS support, and the launch of Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition for the PC. There still is the caveat that NVIDIA's DLSS technology is only supported on NVIDIA GPUs, with no word that AMD support will arrive anytime soon. 

The addition of No Man's Sky VR is especially notable because it is the first virtual reality game to support DLSS. It's exciting seeing further integration of this technology because it will only mean better framerates for games, which usually equals a better gameplay experience. Let's just hope those with AMD graphics cards will one day be able to enjoy the same benefits those with NVIDIA cards do. 


David is a Freelance Video Game Journalist who never got over how GlaDOS lied to him about cake. He only eats pie now.

Published May. 20th 2021

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