On June 22nd, the developer Facepunch Studios announced in a tweet thatRust is getting Nvidia DLSS support, which is likely to significantly boost game performance and make it look much better. Facepunch first improves Rust with the Nvidia Reflex, which is a technology that developers can use to enhance the in-game experience and reduce latency by up to 38%.
The multiplayer survival game, Rust, was first launched in 2013 and received its full release in 2018. It is a game is about surviving the wilderness using gathered or stolen items, and players have to manage their hunger, thirst, and health. There is also always a risk of being attacked by wild animals like wolves and bears; however, due to the game’s solely multiplayer nature, the primary threat that a player faces are other players where they fight through firearms and other weapons like bows. The game is open-world, and there are crafting elements that can be used to prepare different items for survival. Initially, the crafting options are limited, but as the player goes through the world discovering new components, more can be crafted. If that got you excited to try it out, you can grab a Rust account to get your journey started.
Since the official release in 2018, the developer has continuously provided support for the game with updates and adding new content like the introduction of new weapons, vehicles, and NPC populated locations. In addition, the game also got a visual makeover that gave it a completely fresh look. Many parts of the world were revamped like the junkyard was given a new look, and bush displacement was altered to make building bases easier. In February, Rust was introduced with a “softcore” mode after the game was popularly live-streamed by well-known streamers, which lowered the game’s difficulty with additional features that limited player loss and disadvantages like limiting clan sizes.
Nvidia DLSS is ” Deep learning super sampling,” which is an AI rendering technology and what it does is that it increases graphics performance using the dedicated tensor core AI processors on Nvidia GPUs and taps into the power of deep learning neural network that boosts frame rates and generates beautiful images for games, the graphics card needs to insert a few pixels to the screen from AI and the card itself saves some computing power, it only renders some areas of the image and lets it fill the rest. Normally there is no decrease in the quality of images, and the picture you see on screen looks even sharper. This is exciting news for Rust players because they may see more frames per second; some games get additional 60fps thanks to DLSS. However, the downside to this is that DLSS is only limited to RTX2000 and RTX3000 series cards.
Rust will not feel so ‘rusty’ after DLSS technology is introduced to what has been a bit of a poorly optimized game. The DLSS update was introduced on July 1st, 2021.
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