Cherboylite will be one of the various games that will support NVIDIA’s DLSS, thus reaping great technical benefits for a performance pushed to the highest levels. To give us a taste of how concrete the technical leap is, NVIDIA has published a comparative video of the new title by The Farm 51 on its Youtube channel.
The video shows some scenes of the game comparing the native 4K with RTX 3080 and Ultra Settings and the 4K DLSS. What emerges from the comparison is a superlative fluidity and image care, with a doubled framerate thanks to DLSS while maintaining the same settings of native 4K. NVIDIA technology exploited to its full potential could thus allow you to experience a more immersive experience than ever, enhancing the game world in all its details.
In the meantime, remember that Chernobylite will arrive on PC on July 28th and will be available on Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG. The first-person horror set in Chernobyl will also arrive on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the course of the summer, although a precise launch date has not yet been announced for the aforementioned versions. In the meantime, you can watch the trailer for IGN’s Summer of Gaming related to Chernobylite, as well as read our preview of Chernobylite to discover numerous details on the work of The Farm 51.