At CES 2022, Nvidia announced more new games joining their low latency supported ecosystem! One of these NVIDIA Reflex supported games includes God of War for PC which takes advantage of lower latency and more accurate inputs during combat. Check out the new supported games below:
NVIDIA Reflex Makes God of War More Responsive
2018’s God of War is one of the best action games ever made, with engrossing characters, an excellent story, a mesmerizing world to explore, and dazzling battles and sequences. On January 14th, the PC edition goes live, featuring enhanced graphics, exclusive PC features, HDR, our AI-powered performance accelerating NVIDIA DLSS technology, and the latency-optimizing NVIDIA Reflex.
God of War’s fast action and spectacular combos are key to overcoming the game’s most difficult challenges. If your PC’s system latency is high, gameplay feels sluggish and controls are unresponsive. Combos are harder to chain, tricky jumps are mistimed, and the experience feels slow. NVIDIA Reflex will deliver responsive gameplay allowing you to beat the boss with tighter dodges and combos.
Reflex Brings Lowest Latency to iRacing
iRacing is the world’s premier online racing simulator featuring real world cars and tracks digitally replicated with millimeter accuracy. It is used for training by the world’s best race car drivers, including professional racers from NASCAR, Indycar, sports cars, off road trucks, World of Outlaws and Grand Prix circuits. And allows people from all over the world to participate in online races and esport championships.
Because precision and milliseconds matter, iRacing will be supporting NVIDIA Reflex to reduce system latency and deliver the most responsive driving experience.
“When designing a physical race car, we spend considerable resources assuring that steering, throttle, and braking systems are highly responsive to the driver’s commands,” said Chris Gilligan, Chief Information Officer, Competition & Engineering for Joe Gibbs Racing. “For our iRacing esports teams, the same is true, but instead of engineering physical systems, we must ensure that driver inputs are fed into the simulation engine with minimal delay. Minimizing this latency between the driver control systems, the sim engine, and the video display are not only key for providing a sense of realism, but also allows drivers to hone their car control skills in a virtual environment.”
“The technology in simulated racing is always evolving, especially as it elevates our ability to be more precise behind the sim wheel,” said Nick Ottinger, William Byron Racing esports driver and 2020 eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series Champion. ”This is a must to perform at our very best, and NVIDIA’s Reflex technology is going to take it to the next level. I can’t wait to experience what they have to offer.”
Even More Reflex Games
NVIDIA Reflex is also coming soon to these great games:
GRIT – Become the fastest gun in the West in the ultimate wild west battle royale game from Team GRIT.
Midnight Ghost Hunt – Harness supernatural abilities to take down the Hunters or wield your hi-tech gadgets with exact precision to cast our Ghosts in this chaotic multiplayer hide-and-seek game.
Rainbow Six Extraction – Ubisoft’s co-op shooter. Use strategy, unique ability, and Reflex for precise aim as you confront Archaeans.
Ready or Not – An intense, tactical, first-person shooter where SWAT police units are called to defuse hostile and confrontational situations.
Super People – Be the last one standing with the most responsive super-soldiers in Wonder People’s superpower infused battle royale.
Players who want to take full advantage of NVIDIA Reflex may also check out new monitors and mice announced here at CES 2022. These new 1440p monitors from ROG and MSi feature G-SYNC compatibility across all games. Lastly, read up on the RTX 3050 and RTX 3090 Ti graphics card announcements here and here.
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