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Officially, these games will get ray tracing and DLSS anti-aliasing on PC.

NVIDIA has released a list of games that can receive ray tracing and DLSS anti-aliasing. The list includes both new projects that are just preparing for release, and those already released. The latter will receive a corresponding update. At the same time, different games will receive different improvements. 

List of new games:

  • Pumpkin Jack - Shadows & Reflections, Lighting & DLSS Improvements (Release October 23rd)
  • Ghostrunner - Shadow and Reflection Improvements and DLSS (released October 27)
  • Xuan-Yuan Sword VII - DLSS Global Illumination and Anti-Aliasing (released October 28);
  • Watch Dogs Legion - Reflections and DLSS (released October 29)
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War - Ray Tracing and DLSS (released on November 13)
  • Cyberpunk 2077 - Shadows and Shading, Reflections, Global Light Diffusion and DLSS (released November 19);
  • World of Warcraft: Shadowlands - Shadows Only (until the end of the year).

Future games:

  • Ready or Not - Lighting, Shadows, Shading and DLSS (Release 2021)
  • Enlisted - Global Illumination and DLSS (released on November 10).

Games that have already been released and will receive support soon:

  • Mortal Shell - shadows and DLSS;
  • Edge of Eternity - DLSS;
  • Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord - DLSS.

That being said, we note that ray tracing is becoming an industry standard, albeit in a small amount. However, there is still a long way to go before a complete transition to this technology.