This year’s CES is, of course, not only about announcements related to broadly understood hardware, but also discussion of certain aspects related specifically to games. This year will certainly be less great titles than last year, but there will still be some interesting titles. Moreover, it will be significantly linked to technological improvements. Many are waiting for the PC premiere of the second Horizon Forbidden West.
During CES 2024, NVIDIA managed to announce several games that will receive modern technology such as DLSS 3 and Ray Tracing.
The main course here is, of course, the sequel to Horizon, the PC port of which is scheduled to appear at the beginning of this year (although we do not know any specifics on this matter yet). Players can now be completely sure that the title will support the latest technologies such as DLSS 3 with Frame Generation or DLAA. We can still count on decent optimization. DLSS 3 will also receive Dragon’s Dogma 2. It is powered by the RE Engine, which has done really well so far, but remember that this time the engine has to cope with the open world.
Dragon’s Dogma 2 – the release date of the long-awaited Action-RPG game and the hardware requirements of the PC version have been confirmed
The list from NVIDIA is, of course, much longer. Among the more interesting games we can mention, for example, the fourth Diablo, which will receive Ray Tracing, and the upcoming Tekken 8. DLSS 3 will also receive Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name and Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, although it must be admitted that in this case it is difficult to talk about any gigantic advantage, as these are not particularly demanding games. There is, of course, much more news in this respect, and below you will find some selected materials: