Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4060 graphics cards officially went on sale yesterday and Team Green has wasted no time in releasing a Game Ready Driver that adds DLSS support for two fresh-off-the-press titles – Stranded: Alien Dawn and Time Breaker. Specifically, both games have DLSS 2 compatibility, while Time Breaker further adds ray-tracing support in the mix.
Stranded: Alien Dawn is a settlement simulator and survival game that maroons you and a couple of survivors on a hostile alien planet. Players are tasked to navigate a lush jungle environment, find precious resources, build a settlement, and protect your fellow survivors against hostile indigenous creatures and harsh environmental scenarios. Sounds insufferable.
Meanwhile, Time Breaker is a gorgeous first-person puzzler with, you guessed it, time as the main mechanic used to navigate, reverse, fast forward and slow down the world around you in order to solve a variety of head-scratching puzzle rooms required for advancement. Sounds challenging.
The company continues to expand its long-growing list of DLSS 2-supported titles. In fact, as the month draws to a close, Nvidia has already added DLSS 2 and Reflex support for newly-released heavy hitters F1 23, Daydream: Forgotten Sorrow, and Layers of Fear – a ground-up remake of the original psychological horror that released on eighth-generation consoles and PC.
This was followed up by Forever Skies, a post-apocalyptic survival game, and Trepang2, an action-packed first-person shooter from the beautiful minds of British game developers Team17. All in all, that totals seven brand-new titles primed and optimised for your freshly unwrapped GeForce RTX 4060 graphics card. Ain’t that swell?