Dying Stranding Director’s Reduce will reportedly head to PC someday within the close to future. Alongside numerous different online game corporations equivalent to PUBG Studios and Ubisoft, 505 Video games is seemingly going to make the most of Intel’s new AI-driven upscaling know-how with the brand new PC launch.
Dying Stranding PC launch confirmed?
The data comes from Intel’s leaked press launch. If true, the press launch needs to be publicly revealed tomorrow as a part of the annual CES 2022 tech convention. The press launch primarily revolves round Intel implementing new Arc GPUs in desktop PCs and cell gadgets.
Notably, it additionally mentions that Intel is partnering with a number of corporations within the online game business. These partnerships will see the implementation of Intel’s XeSS (Xe Tremendous Sampling) know-how in numerous upcoming titles. The brand new know-how is taken into account a competitor to NVidia’s DLSS, which equally makes use of a neural community to upscale photographs in video video games. A notable distinction is that XeSS will apparently be open-source.
Technobabble apart, builders at 505 Video games shall be completely implementing the brand new XeSS tech into Dying Stranding Director’s Reduce on PC. This confirms the large NVidia GeForce Now leak from final 12 months, wherein the sport appeared alongside different now-confirmed PC ports like God of Struggle.
Along with 505 Video games, Intel can be reportedly partnering with Kojima Productions, in addition to different studios equivalent to DiRT series creators Codemasters, Illfonic, PUBG Studios, Dying Light‘s Techland, and Ubisoft. If something, these new partnerships will probably see even larger graphical constancy and perfomance on PCs, and probably consoles sooner or later.
In different information, the PSVR 2 is allegedly set to enter into mass production soon. It was additionally not too long ago revealed that BioShock creator Ken Levine’s game has been delayed for another two years.