BioWare's Anthem adds DLSS support as Nvidia's RTX push continues

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BioWare's Anthem makes one hell of a first impression, and today, it got even stronger--at least if you're a gaming geek who fetishizes ultra-fast frame rates. An update rolled out today that adds support for Nvidia's Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) technology, which uses machine learning and the dedicated tensor cores inside GeForce RTX graphics cards to make your games play faster. Anthem's level-up comes hot on the heels of RTX features debuting in games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Metro Exodus. Those two games, along with Battlefield V, pair DLSS with real-time ray tracing features to counteract the latter's performance hit. Anthem joins Final Fantasy XV in offering DLSS alone to supercharge frame rates--by up to a whopping 40 percent, Nvidia claims.