September 2, 2020

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Watch Dogs: Legion Gets NVIDIA DLSS & A GeForce RTX Bundle

Today, Ubisoft and NVIDIA announced that Watch Dogs: Legion will support NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS), a feature supported by NVIDIA’s entire line of GeForce RTX GPUs. Powered by AI processors called Tensor Cores, DLSS uses a deep-learning neural network to process images, letting players run high-resolution, high-detail graphics at higher framerates. Along with its previously announced support for ray-traced reflections, Watch Dogs: Legion will also support NVIDIA’s new DLSS Ultra Performance mode, built to accelerate 8K gaming. Want to see ray tracing and DLSS in action? Check out the trailer below:

NVIDIA has also announced a new GeForce RTX 30 Series Bundle. Available in September, select GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs and gaming desktops will come bundled with a digital copy of Watch Dogs: Legion PC, so you’ll get to see the eye-popping neon and intricate detail of near-future London at the highest settings when the game becomes available to play on October 29.

For more information on Watch Dogs: Legion and how it lets you play as anyone and build your very own DedSec, check out our previous coverage.

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