Nvidia will bring DLSS, Deep Learning Super Sampling, to Rust early next month, along with a host of other games.
DLSS support for the survival game kicks off on July 1st. It comes with Nvidia Reflex, which was added in May to help reduce system latency. The upgrade should mean a good increase in player performance in what has traditionally been an under-optimized game.
It's been a good year for Rust their servers are literally on fire. The game had a huge visual overhaul a couple of months ago, giving it a “fresh look” and renewing parts of the world. The scrap tank received a change of image and the movement of bushes was modified to facilitate the construction of bases.
Rust is not the only game to get support either, Nvidia is also giving Lego Builder’s Journey and Doom Eternal DLSS treatment. DLSS for Lego Builder's Journey arrives along with the release date of June 22, while Doom Eternal will receive DLSS support when the ray tracing update falls on June 29.
Linux users also receive a piece of the super sampling pie, with support for Vulkan games on Proton starting June 22nd. Additional support for DLSS-enhanced DirectX games running on Proton will arrive later this year.