As a part of its "500+ games and apps powered by RTX", Nvidia has announced 14 new games at CES 2024 that will be getting RTX updates, including DLSS and ray tracing, which puts the number at over 530 games with RTX support. The list starts with games that will be launching or upgraded with DLSS 3 support this year, including Dragon’s Dogma 2, Gray Zone Warfare, Half-Life 2 RTX, Horizon Forbidden West, Layers of Fear, Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, NAKWON: LAST PARADISE, Pax Dei, Starminer, and THRONE AND LIBERTY. Later this month, Enshrouded and TEKKEN 8 launch with day-one support for DLSS 2.
There are also several games that will be getting ray tracing support including Dragon’s Dogma 2, Gray Zone Warfare, Half-Life 2 RTX, and Starminer, while Diablo IV ray tracing update is coming in March.
In addition to new games, Nvidia announced that Geforce NOW will be getting several updates including support for G-SYNC, new games, and Day Passes. Nvidia was also keen to note that Geforce NOW will be available in Japan starting in Q2 2024, alongside GeForce NOW Alliance partner KDDI. The game list coming to Geforce NOW includes Diablo IV and Overwatch 2 from Activision and Blizzard, Honkai: Star Rail from HoYoverse, Exoprimal from Capcom, and Pax Dei from Mainframe Industries.
Nvidia also counted 24 new monitors, displays, and TVs that will be getting the G-SYNC badge, including the Alienware AW3225QF, one of the world’s first 240Hz 4K OLED gaming monitors, Philips Evnia 49M2C8900, LG SIGNATURE OLED M4 144Hz G-SYNC compatible TV, and more.