According to a press release released in advance, Intel will announce its technological innovations at CES based on the PC version of Death Stranding Director’s Cut.
The new generation of XeSS graphics technology should be presented by Intel at CES in Las Vegas this Tuesday. On this occasion, the company will prove the technical capabilities of what is supposed to be a competitor to Nvidia’s DLSS.
And to implement this technology of “oversampling” images using artificial intelligence, the brand will send a press release. According to the site videocardz which announces to have obtained a copy by an anonymous source, Death Stranding Director’s Cut will be one of (note the plural) games that will support this novelty.
Indeed, Intel also cites partnerships with 505 Games, Codemasters, PUBG Studios, Techland or Ubisoft. We could therefore expect at least PUBG and Dying Light 2 as a bonus.
This announcement, if it is official, confirms the arrival of Kojima’s game on PC:
We are very happy to announce our partnership with Intel for Death Stranding Director’s Cut on PC. Death Stranding has been an extremely popular game with PC gamers, and we can’t wait to see how XeSS technology will improve their experience.
– Neid Rally, president of 505 games.
The CES takes place, in a hybrid online / offline format, until January 8 and the Intel conference is set for this evening at 7 p.m. for France, in livestream. As a reminder, the PC version of the game has been rumored for quite a while, and had been “confirmed” by the Nvidia leak.