Naraka: Bladepoint fans welcome. Prepare to experience Morus in 4K Graphics with Nvidia DLSS Technology in the game empowered by Unity engine. 24 Entertainment, the developer of Naraka: Bladepoint, has announced that Nvidia’s new DLSS graphics technology will be available during the open global beta at the end of April.

Players can smash, slice and blast their way through enemy players on the beautiful 4K DLSS rendered backdrop Island of Morus. With Nvidia DLSS, images will be sharper and the overall FPS will increase.

For those wondering, Nvidia DLLS is an Ai-based rendering technique. This technique enables this option to help less powerful PC’s run Naraka: Bladepoint on higher resolution screens. This option is only available to those who have a 20’s or 30’s series Nvidia graphics card.

24 Entertainment has also promised to bring players of Naraka: Bladepoint a truly exceptional gaming experience — and DLSS is a major component in delivering on that promise. Players in the April Global Beta will be able to see Naraka: Bladepoint in all its glory thanks to DLSS. And they can experience the benefits of its inclusion firsthand clashing with other participants worldwide.

Check out the trailer below to see the NVIDIA DLSS in action. Revel in the technology that brings this world to life. I’m excited for PC players as this allows for those details that PC players want and deserve. If you want to learn more ahead of the beta at the end of the month be sure and check out the Steam Page.

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