Support for Intel XesS, officially launched last week, was added to Hitman 3, Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered, The Riftbreaker, Entered, and Redout 2. Thus, in less than 24 hours, five games were updated accordingly.
So far, gamers can test the XesS I-scale technology on graphic accelerators from other manufacturers that support DP4a instructions, or on video cards from Intel itself. In the latter case, it's still about a graphical initial level A380 processor that doesn't show itself very well in games. It makes sense to wait for A770 and A750 to be released next week.
Among the games that have been updated with Intel XesS support, Hitman 3 deserves special attention, which can also boast of supporting IE smoothing technologies from other manufacturers: FSR 2.1 from AMD and DLSS 2.0 from NVIDIA.
Finally, a popular first-person shooter, which is being deployed during the Second World War, has also become compatible with Intel XesS. The last patch for Enlisted added XesS support, thereby increasing productivity to 50% in the 4K resolution. The Shuther for Gaijin Entertainment, like Hitman 3, is a project that supports IE smoothing not only from Intel, but also from NVIDIA and AMD.