Star Wars Outlaws Getting GeForce RTX Support

The team at NVIDIA is collaborating with Ubisoft and LucasFilm Games to deliver the definitive PC experience for Massive Entertainment’s Star Wars Outlaws.

Optimized for PC, the day one release of Star Wars Outlaws will give GeForce RTX gamers the chance to utilize NVIDIA DLSS 3. Not only does this multiply performance with DLSS Frame Generation on GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards, but it also boosts performance rates with DLSS Super Resolution on all other GeForce RTX GPUs.

GeForce RTX gamers will also be able to reduce in-game latency with the use of NVIDIA Reflex. This PC release will also support NVIDIA RTX Direct Illumination (RTXDI) and ray-traced Global Illumination lighting, which utilizes the Snowdrop Engine the title is built upon.

See these features for yourself with the trailer below:

Star Wars™ Outlaws | Launching with DLSS 3, Ray Tracing & Reflex

Technical Director Tobias Carlsson said the following:

“Here at Massive Entertainment, worldbuilding is a part of our DNA, and what better way to showcase our craft than creating the first-ever open world Star Wars game. Filled with distinct locations across the galaxy’s outer rim, both iconic and new, players will be able to experience the Star Wars underworld like never before. DLSS 3 gives us the performance headroom to bring our vision to life and to support additional ray tracing features, helping gamers fully immerse themselves in the adventures of Kay Vess and Nix.” 

Tobias Carlsson

The game will launch in 2024.

Source: Ubisoft Website

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