Diablo 4 with DLSS 3 is the ultimate demon-slaying experience

Diablo 4 has arrived. Over a decade on from its last outing, the indomitable action-RPG where you choose from one of several legendary heroes to take on the demonic forces of hell has arrived to keep us clicking, looting, and slaying for the foreseeable future. With Lilith, the daughter of the series’ former big boss Mephisto, leading the line of heretical villains, those venturing into the world of Sanctuary once more will have their hands full trying to keep her minions at bay.

In a testament to the game’s optimisation, Diablo 4 is available across both last-gen and current-gen consoles, as well as PC of course. And while you shouldn’t doubt that it’s a hell of a ride on all platforms, there’s also no question that thanks to the power of NVIDIA’s latest line of GeForce RTX 40-series GPUs and AI-powered DLSS 3 technology, the game reigns supreme on the platform the series first spawned on: PC.

So what does NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40-series (encompassing the RTX 4060 Ti, 4070, 4070 Ti, 4080 & 4090 GPU) do to take the Diablo experience to new heights?

DLSS 3 vs No DLSS comparison chart in Diablo 4

(Image credit: Nvidia)

To answer that question, we need to look at the latest generation of NVIDIA’s miracle-working framerate-boosting technology, DLSS. DLSS 3 combines DLSS Super Resolution, DLSS Frame Generation and NVIDIA Reflex to more than double frame-rates in Diablo 4 at 4K while ensuring optimum responsiveness and low system latency. This has actually been tested too, and in the chart above you can see the massive difference between having DLSS 3 in Performance Mode and having it switched off. Note also that the benchmarks are running the game unadulterated at 4K resolution with Max Settings.

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