Forza Horizon 5 Might Be Getting DLSS 3.0 Support, Teases Nvidia

A chart on Nvidia's official website supports the rumor.

DLSS 3.0 was announced by Nvidia hardly a week ago and it received hefty support from all the gaming ecosystem. It is a massive graphical leap that enables real-time ray tracing by using AI technology. DLSS is slated for the 40 series graphics card but older GPUs can still benefit from it.

DLSS 3 produces entire frames in real-time with AI, aiding GPU-limited and CPU-limited games and apps. The technology is designed to highly enhance image quality and accelerate up to 4x the performance of brute-force rendering. It appears that Forza Horizon 5 may be among the titles finally receiving DLSS 3.0 compatibility.

Major Takeaway:

  • Forza Horizon 5 may receive DLSS support as hinted by the official Nvidia website. 
  • It’s heavily rumored to be DLSS 3 because the chart uses the word, “DLSS Frame Generation,” which is evidently the standout feature of DLSS 3.
  • The DLSS 3 support may come out for Forza Horizon 5 with the upcoming anniversary update planned for next month.

A chart on the Nvidia website showcasing the allure of next-gen 40 series graphics cards and DLSS support includes Forza Horizon 5 alongside many other titles. The chart differs between the DLSS and non-DLSS games by using keys.

Now it might be an accident, but that seems to be an unlikely scenario. Moreover, there is no direct mention of DLSS 3.0 in the chart. 

The Chart in Question
The Chart in Question

However, Forza Horizon 5 is likely getting the DLSS 3 support. Below the chart, the page reads, “All DLSS Frame Generation data based on pre-release builds.” The standout feature of DLSS 3 is “DLSS Frame Generation.” Furthermore, upscaling like “DLSS Super Resolution” is used for DLSS 2.0, according to Nvidia. The website hints at DLSS 3 integration.

It would make no sense for Forza Horizon 5 to receive DLSS 2.0 support this late anyways. The time period also strengthens the rumor. It is unclear when the game will receive the DLSS 3 integration since there have been no official announcements regarding the intriguing prospect.

Although by connecting the dots we can presume that DLSS 3 support may arrive for Forza Horizon 5 on the anniversary update that is slated for next month. It is also possible that DLSS 3 support may be integrated much farther into the future.  

We suggest taking this rumor with a pinch of salt as it may have been a blunder by Nvidia. There is also slight possibility that the chart might be referring to DLSS 2.0 support for Forza Horizon 5, much against the evidence teased by Nvidia, however.

If you are unfamiliar, Forza Horizon 5 is a well-renowned hyper-realistic experience developed by Playground Games. The title amalgamates gorgeous visuals, engaging driving mechanics, an addicting open world, and a deep car customization system to create a mesmerizing experience.

The fifth installment features a fictionalized Mexico with different biomes. It is well-known for being the most successful launch for Xbox Game Studios. Forza Horizon 5 was critically acclaimed upon release, selling over 10 million copies in a short time; it has only grown in popularity with time. 

What are your thoughts about the well-renowned DLSS 3 support finally being teased for Forza Horizon 5? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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Shameer Sarfaraz is a Senior News Writer on eXputer who loves to keep up with the gaming and entertainment industries devoutly. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and several years of experience reporting on games. Besides his passion for breaking news stories, Shahmeer loves spending his leisure time farming away in Stardew Valley. VGC, IGN, GameSpot, Game Rant, TheGamer, GamingBolt, The Verge, NME, Metro, Dot Esports, GameByte, Kotaku Australia, PC Gamer, and more have cited his articles.

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