NVIDIA launches the technology preview of Cyberpunk 2077’s Ray Tracing: Overdrive Mode. Gamers with GeForce RTX 40 Series may now try the new feature which is essentially full ray tracing, otherwise known as path tracing.

The DLSS momentum continues at a break-neck pace as Everspace 2 and LEAP now both exited early access with DLSS 2 support. Like a Dragon: Ishin! also got a DLSS 2 performance upgrade as of this update.

Full Ray Tracing

CD PROJEKT RED’s Cyberpunk 2077 is already one of the most technologically advanced games available, using several ray tracing techniques to render a massive future city at incredible levels of detail. Now, Cyberpunk 2077 has once again raised the bar with the release of the technology preview of Ray Tracing: Overdrive Mode.

The technology preview for Cyberpunk 2077’s Ray Tracing: Overdrive Mode is a sneak peek into the future of full ray tracing. NVIDIA are working with CD PROJEKT RED on further full ray tracing enhancements, bug fixes and performance optimizations.

Reflections, shadows, ambient occlusion and much more are all improved with Overdrive Mode. Now to compensate performance hit, Cyberpunk 2077 uses NVIDIA DLSS 3, allowing gamers to experience the majesty of a fully ray-traced Night City.

With over 280 DLSS-enhanced games and apps available today, it is clear that NVIDIA DLSS is being adapted at a rapid pace. In fact, DLSS 3 is now accelerating performance in 30 released games, an adoption rate 7x faster than that of DLSS 2’s in the 6 months of release.

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