As of today, DLSS 3 and ray racing support will be available for the forthcoming PC titles Honour of Kings: World, Legend of Ymir, and Ash Echoes.
Three prospective video games are being created by several Asian-based developers. Honour of Kings: The topic we covered the most was the world. It is an open world action RPG in the style of Genshin Impact that is being developed by Tencent’s TiMi Studio Group (Arena of Valour, Call of Duty: Mobile, Pokémon UNITE, and an upcoming Monster Hunter mobile game). Honour of Kings is the IP first seen in the wildly popular MOBA game that was first released in 2015.
Famed Chinese science fiction author Liu Cixin, whose book The Three-Body Problem is shortly to be adapted into a TV series for Netflix, is penning the plot for Honour of Kings: World. TiMi debuted a new combat gameplay trailer to commemorate the announcement of NVIDIA DLSS 3 and ray tracing capabilities. It is currently unknown when Honour of Kings: World will be released.
From South Korean developer WEMADE comes Legend of Ymir, the second game of the series. A reimagining of Norse mythology serves as the foundation for the action MMORPG Legend of Ymir. You will have to prevent the predicted Ragnarok apocalypse, as one might anticipate given the concept. PvP siege fights of enormous scale have previously been confirmed.
With the inclusion of ray tracing (for Lumen and reflections) and, of course, DLSS 3, Legend of Ymir is being created with Unreal Engine 5 and will utilise all of its trademark features to the utmost potential.