Tuesday, November 29

Death Stranding Director’s Cut Coming to PC According to Intel Press Release

Death Stranding Director’s Cut, the expanded version of the Kojima Productions title for PlayStation 5, to reach PC. The information comes from an Intel press release leaked by the technological medium VideoCardz. The chip company will present this afternoon at 7:00 p.m. Spanish peninsular time in an event at CES 2022 the Arc graphics cards and the XeSS rescaling technology (a kind of Nvidia DLSS that does not require a specific GPU). In that document, it is specified that one of the first XeSS compatible games be the adventure of Sam Porter Bridges.

“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Intel to Death Stranding Director’s Cut on PC, “he says Neil Rally, President of 505 Games Publisher (who already distributed the standard version of the computer game), in the leaked press release. “Death Stranding has been incredibly popular with PC gamers and we are excited to see how the new Intel XeSS technology improve experiences of the players for him Director’s Cut“.

Other companies that will use XeSS according to the statement are Techland (Dying Light 2), Ubisoft, Codemasters, PUBG Studios, IO Interactive (Project 007, Hitman), IllFonic (Friday the 13th: The Game), EXOR Studios (The Riftbreaker), Deep Silver Fishlabs (Chorus, Hashbane (Instinction), Massive Work Studio (Dolmen) y Wonder People (Super People).

An alternative to Nvidia DLSS?

In the next few hours we will know the advantages that the artificial intelligence rescaling technology by Intel, it is Xe Super Sampling, compared to other similar options on the market, such as AMD FSR and Nvidia DLSS (which only works with Nvidia RTX graphics cards).

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Regarding the products that Intel will show, the Arc graphics promise to be the “next high performance graphic product from Intel for the consumer. “More than 50 manufacturers of desktop and laptop computers (Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, MSI, etc.) will use them.


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