Nvidia Reflex comes to more games including Warface, Mordhau, Enlisted, and CRSD; more
These four titles are joining several existing titles to bring the Nvidia Reflex supported lineup to 10. Let’s check out the details around Nvidia Reflex and the latest set of supported video games here.
Nvidia has just announced that its system lag reduction technology, Nvidia Reflex is coming to four new titles. Looking at the details, the technology is coming to Warface, Mordhau, Enlisted, and CRSD. The company noted that all these games have received updates to add support for the low latency mode. This new feature will be available on all Nvidia GeForce GPUs in the 900 series and later. These four titles are joining several existing titles to bring the Nvidia Reflex supported lineup to 10. Let’s check out the details around Nvidia Reflex and the latest set of supported video games here.
Nvidia Reflex support comes to four new games, details
As part of the announcement, Nvidia also shared its findings on how Nvidia Reflex reduces the system latency. This will likely respond in quicker system response time to offer some advantage to players in competitive gaming. Looking at the benchmarks, Nvidia Reflex reduces the system latency to 65ms from 79ms in CRSD FOAD. Similarly, we see 32ms latency in Mordhau from 49ms. This technology also reduced the system latency from 35ms to 28ms in Warface and from 39ms to 35ms in Enlisted. Nvidia also noted that it measured the System latency when the game is running at 1080p resolution at 60Hz refresh rate. Other parameters of the system include the Intel Core i9 10900K with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Super.
The computer graphics giant also shared details about reduced system latency in other gaming titles. This list includes Call of Duty: Warzone, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Destiny 2, and more. We also saw Valorant, Fortnite, Destiny 2, and Apex Legends in the list. Going around, Destiny 2 showcased the most impressive numbers when it comes to reduced system latency. According to the information available Nvidia Reflex pushed the system latency from 57ms to 34ms in Destiny 2. For some context, Nvidia Reflex is “a suite of GPU, CPU, G-Sync display, and in-game technologies that measures and reduces system latency.
In addition, Nvidia is also extending its Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War bundle. As part of the bundle, “eligible” Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 GPU buyers, a Standard Edition of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. This bundle is also applicable on pre-built systems equipped with the RTX 3080 or RTX 3090 GPUs. Buyers need to make the purchase before January 11 to be eligible for the bundle.