With the launch of Season 3, Call of Duty: War Zone Finally received DLSS stand by It was promised by Raven Software and Activision earlier this year.
In the patch notes for the “Call of Duty: Warzone” Season 3 update, Raven Software confirmed that Warzone will add Nvidia DLSS support after the company promised in January 2021.
Even better, the company has released a video showing your expectations. It proudly says that if you turn on DLSS, you can see a “up to 70%” performance improvement, which is a considerable improvement.
DLSS-or Deep Learning Super Sampling-is basically some of Nvidia’s proprietary super sampling technology, designed to provide performance improvements for high-resolution games.
Nvidia’s post said: “By enabling NVIDIA DLSS, the frame rate can be greatly increased, providing you with a smoother gaming experience and expansion space to achieve higher quality effects and rendering resolution.” Please note that to enable this feature, You need a GeForce RTX card of 20 or higher.
The company’s press release said: “Call of Duty players can use faster frame rates, or invest additional performance into higher levels of detail and greater resolution, which will help find distant targets and make the game The gameplay is more beautiful and immersive.” If you are a fan of long-term participation in the event, it is convenient.
Warzone is not the only game to receive DLSS support this month. Nvidia informed us that “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare”, “Naraka: Blade”, “Outriders” and “Mortal Shell” have also added support for DLSS.
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