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Nvidia announce Call of Duty Warzone is getting DLSS support

Published: 17:34, 12 January 2021
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During their CES 2021 keynote, Nvidia confirmed that more popular titles are adopting their DLSS technology. One of these games is Activision's battle royale Call of Duty Warzone.

Nvidia's groundbreaking technology that brings more FPS for a minimal visual hit, DLSS, is officially coming to Activision's free-to-play battle royale title Call of Duty Warzone. The tech giant announced the news today during their CES 2021 keynote, where they talked about new features, products and more.

Unfortunately, Nvidia did not say when exactly we can expect to see DLSS in Call of Duty Warzone. If we had to guess, we would say it's coming in one of the future updates but whether that's weeks or months from now, it's really hard to say. 

With DLSS, those who prefer higher frame-rates will be able to push Call of Duty Warzone performance well-over 200 FPS without sacrificing the resolution of other graphical settings. And since high frame-rates are incredibly important in shooter games, this could result in more Warzone victories. Just keep in mind that the actual skill comes first, regardless of your rig or frame-rates.

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 In other Nvidia CES 2021 news, the company also announced that a total of 36 games are now powered by RTX technologies, which includes ray tracing, DLSS, or both. It's safe to say that more and more games are adopting the tech, making the purchase of RTX 2000 or 3000 series graphics card a viable option now. If only Nvidia had any in stock.  

You can check Nvidia's CES 2021 keynote on YouTube.

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