Will Back 4 Blood, Hitman 3, or Mortal Kombat 11 Work on Windows 11?

PC games are evolving each year with a lot of improvements and new features that stand out really well in the gaming market as compared to console gaming. All three mentioned Back 4 Blood, Hitman 3, and Mortal Kombat 11 games released under the action genre but from a different family. Now, as a PC gamer or fan some PC users are interested to know Will Back 4 Blood, Hitman 3, or Mortal Kombat 11 Work on Windows 11?

Well, it’s one of the most common questions among the PC gamers who are a fan of Hitman or Mortal Kombat or zombies shooter games for a while. As Windows 11 has been landed recently in the market and people are quite liking the performance & overall design changes of the new Windows OS, the chances are high that most of the existing Windows 10 users or even the new user may start using Windows 11 quite soon.

Will Back 4 Blood, Hitman 3, or Mortal Kombat 11 Work on Windows 11?

Will Back 4 Blood, Hitman 3, or Mortal Kombat 11 Work on Windows 11?

Windows 10 is still the widely used and the most stable or compatible Windows OS version across the globe right now in terms of applications or gaming perspective. Whereas most of the game developers develop their games based on Windows 10 compatibility so the experience will be seamless. However, the release of Windows 11 now has divided the PC gaming community initially and Win11 users or interested users are in a doubt.

Yes! The doubt is only roaming around that whether the newly released or even a couple of years older PC gaming titles will be gonna compatible with the Windows 11 OS or not. Although Microsoft has officially mentioned that they’ll gonna provide support to Windows 10 up to 2025, most of the Windows Insider Preview users or interested users have already started using Windows 11. So, the question must appear that what about gaming on Win11.

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While the launch event of Windows 11, Microsoft did make it clear that most of the Windows 10 compatible games will seamlessly support Windows 11 without any second thought. Even the gaming performance with FPS counts and graphics quality will be much improved on Windows 11 by default. Nvidia has released Windows 11 driver with DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) support for more than 100 games that’ll improve frame rates.

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That means users will get smoother gameplay without any noticeable compromise in the graphics quality. Additionally, Nvidia has also released DLAA (Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing) AI-based anti-aliasing mode for several games right now and it’ll come for more titles later on. According to Nvidia, the new DLAA feature will boost the image quality rather than performance, unlike the DLSS functionality. So, performance and graphics balance will be maintained.

If you’re already using Windows 11 and the Nvidia graphics card then you can grab the latest driver (472.12) directly from Nvidia’s website here. AMD did also release a new Adrenalin 21.10.1 driver recently which is already tuned for the Windows 11 OS. Whereas Microsoft has mentioned that a G-SYNC HDR-compatible monitor can get improved SDR games with the Microsoft AutoHDR artificial intelligence algorithm on Windows 11 by default.

Apart from this, Windows 11 will also support Android apps & games by default without using any kind of emulators on the PC that we have used earlier up to Windows 10. So, the answer is Yes! All the recent titles including Back 4 Blood, Hitman 3, and Mortal Kombat 11 will work fine on Windows 11 whatsoever. However, there is no official announcement available yet from game developers regarding this topic.

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