Monster Hunter World's new Update 6.1 will go live as of July 17, with it bringing support for NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) technology.
NVIDIA has released some of its internal benchmarks running at 4K with DLSS enabled in the latest version of Monster Hunter World, with over 50% performance improvements in performance with DLSS enabled and the Update 1.6 patched Monster Hunter World.
The flagship GeForce RTX 2080 Ti has a 53% improvement with DLSS enabled in Monster Hunter World, up from 46.7FPS to 71.6FPS -- crossing the magic 60FPS line. The second-fastest RTX 2080 (and soon to be RTX 2080 SUPER) goes from 34.7% to 54.9% which is another huge improvmenet, and interestingly NVIDIA includess the RTX 2070 and RTX 2060... not the new RTX 2060 SUPER and RTX 2070 SUPER in these MHW benchmarks with DLSS enabled.
You'll need the new GeForce 431.36 drivers, the latest version of Windows 10, and the High Resolution Texture Pack for Monster Hunter World which weighs in at 30GB.
I've just downlaoded Monster Hunter World, so I'll run some DLSS benchmarks and get them up as soon as I can -- the RTX 2080 SUPER arrives, too ;)
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