Horizon Zero Dawn And Microsoft Flight Simulator To Support Nvidia Ansel And Freestyle Filters

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Nvidia's Ansel 'photo mode' and Freestyle game filters have been greatly enjoyed by PC gamers. Ansel allows players to capture cinematic photographs from their games, and can apply various filters to them. Freestyle filters allow you to add custom shader filters on your game in realtime. The filters allow you to experience your games in a completely new way. 

Given the grand reception of the feature, Nvidia has since implemented these two features in a variety of games. With the release of the new GeForce Experience update, it has been discovered that two anticipated PC games - Horizon Zero Dawn and Microsoft Flight Simulator - will also support Ansel and Freestyle game filters.

Now, if you have seen both of these games, you might already know that these games look absolutely gorgeous. Gamers will certainly enjoy capturing stunning screenshots from within the game and share them with their friends and the gaming community. 

However, neither Horizon Zero Dawn or Microsoft Flight Simulator have issued official release dates. But, it's still known that Horizon Zero Dawn will be launching sometime during the Summer and Microsoft Flight Simulator is expected to launch fully by the end of the year. 

With that being said, here are several other games that will be receiving Ansel and Freestyle support:

Black Mesa, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, Cloudpunk, Crucible, Daemon X Machina, Deadside, Deiland, Disintegration, Don't Starve Together, Doom 64, EVE Online, F1 2020, Fishing Planet, Gears Tactics, Good Company, Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, Hyperscape, Industries of Titan, iRacing: Motorsport Simulator, Mafia II: Definitive Edition, Maneater, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Monster Train, Operencia: The Stolen Sun, Population Zero, Predator: Hunting Grounds, Project Winter, Pummel Party, RISK: Global Domination, Rogue Company, Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV, Scrap Mechanic, Shakes and Fidget, Shenmue 3, Shop Titans, Tabletop Simulator, Total Tank Simulator, Trials of Mana, and Valorant

Optimal settings support added for 47 new games including:

Age of Empires III: Complete Collection, Black Mesa, Blade & Soul Frontier World, Bleeding Edge, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered, Cloudpunk, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection, Crucible, Daemon X Machina, Deadside, Deceit, Deiland , Doom 64, Doom Eternal, EVE Online, Forager, Gears Tactics, Good Company, Green Hell, Half-Life: Alyx, Industries of Titan, Journey to the Savage Planet, Last Oasis, Lords Mobile, Maneater, Monster Train, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, Operencia: The Stolen Sun, Panzer Corps 2, Population Zero, Project Winter, Pummel Party, Resident Evil 3, Resident Evil Resistance, RISK: Global Domination, Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV, Saints Row: The Third Remastered, Scrap Mechanic, Shenmue III, SnowRunner, Streets of Rage 4, Tabletop Simulator, Total Tank Simulator, Trials of Mana, Trover Saves the Universe, Valorant, XCOM: Chimera Squad

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