Games - emoose/DLSSTweaks GitHub Wiki

Note: only games that have been tested with the 0.200+ versions are listed on this page.
For games tested on the previous 0.123.x releases check

DLSSTweaks should work fine with the majority of games that support DLSS2+, as long as our DLL is being loaded in (should see a dlsstweaks.log file being created) then in most cases the quality level & preset tweaks should work fine.

(if it doesn't appear to load in you can try renaming our DLL to one of the names mentioned in the INI, if it still doesn't work with any of those, please let me know in the issues section!)

However some titles are known to have issues with ForceDLAA, lists of titles that users have reported ForceDLAA working or not are below, if you try a game that isn't mentioned here please let me know the results in the issues section and I'll keep the list updated.

The way the hook works is similar to how some game cheats modify games, it's very likely to be picked up by most anti-cheats.

Titles reported to work with DLSSTweaks 0.200+

  • Atomic Heart (UE4)
  • Cyberpunk 2077 (NexusMods page)
  • Dead Space (2021) (#48)
  • Ghostrunner (UE4) (#47)
  • Hogwarts Legacy (UE4) (supports UltraQuality setting)
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 (rename to xinput9_1_0.dll, supports UltraQuality setting)
  • REFramework pd-upscaler branch
  • Skyrim Upscaler
  • Witcher 3 (NexusMods page)
  • prboom-rt, quake-rt & hl1-rt (requires RayTracedGL1-DLSS to be setup first, use nvngx.dll or winmm.dll)

UE4 games usually include two EXEs, one for the main game, and one that simply launches the main game - the DLL usually needs to be placed next to main game EXE. (normally found inside a [gameName]\Binaries\Win64\ folder)

Some titles listed here might already have native DLAA support, but you can still tweak scaling ratios/DLSS3.1 presets for those using DLSSTweaks.

Most of the titles listed here come from user reports, and support may regress between different DLSSTweaks versions.
If you find a game listed here that no longer appears to work, or a working game that isn't listed here, please let us know on the issue tracker!

Titles that may have issues with DLAA

  • Mortal Shell
  • Minecraft Bedrock Edition (DLAA causes screen cut in half, WinStore game so dlsstweaks.log file likely won't be created, can check if it's loaded by toggling the OverrideDlssHud setting)
  • Crysis 3 Remastered (works with 0.99 scale, but 1.00 causes render issues)
  • Monster Hunter Rise (game has native DLAA option, but forcing with ForceDLAA causes issues - the rest of DLSSTweaks tweaks should be fine)

Scaling & DLSS3.1 preset overrides may still work fine in the titles above.

The ResolutionOffset setting might also be able to help with these titles too, would appreciate any feedback from anyone that tries it!