Make Your PC Games Artistic with Nvidia Freestyle


If you’ve been wanting to spice up the look of your PC titles without risking bugging everything out with a graphics mod, then try the newly released Freestyle feature from Nvidia. If you have the latest version of GeForce Experience on your PC ( at the time of this writing), then you can try this out now by enabling the ‘Experimental Features’ option in the application.

The new Freestyle feature has real-time post-processing features which can drastically change the look of supported titles.  One filter gives a game a pseudo-HDR look, for example. There are 15 filters and 38 different settings which can all be customized to your liking, so you can really fine-tune the new artistic style of your game (hence the name ‘Freestyle’). Of course, you’ll need a Nvidia GeForce GTX GPU to take advantage of this (sorry, AMD users).

Freestyle is very similar to other graphics-editors like SweetFX, ENB and ReShade. I’ve used those programs in games like Microsoft Flight Simulator X and American Truck Simulator, so I’m familiar with the benefits that these effects can bring to a game. It’s neat that Nvidia is trying to implement it natively on a driver level.

Are you excited to try this out? Feel free to share your screenshots/videos with the new Freestyle effects down below!


A.K Rahming
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Having been introduced to video games at the age of 3 via a Nintendo 64, A.K has grown up in the culture. A fan of simulators and racers, with a soft spot for Nintendo! But, he has great respect for the entire video game world and enjoys watching it all expand as a whole.