NVIDIA DLSS Added to Four Titles, Boosting Performance by Up to 120 Percent

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NVIDIA has announced that four additional titles now benefit from its Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) technology, which leverages the power of AI for dramatic leaps in performance. These include the recently launched Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, as well as War Thunder, Enlisted, and Ready or Not.

“[…] DLSS has accelerated performance in more than 25 games to date, boosting frame rates significantly, ensuring GeForce RTX gamers receive high-performance gameplay at the highest resolutions and detail settings, and when using immersive ray-traced effects,” the company wrote. “And now, NVIDIA has delivered four new DLSS titles for gamers to enjoy.”

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

Activision and Treyarch’s latest Call of Duty game boasts ray-traced shadows and ambient occlusion shading. Under the Ultra 4K preset, NVIDIA DLSS can boost frame rates by up to 85 percent.

War Thunder

War Thunder is a free-to-play, cross-platform, MMO military game from Gaijin Entertainment. This title has featured ray tracing since 2019 on all graphics cards and next-gen consoles and now supports NVIDIA DLSS for performance gains of up to 30 percent at 4K.


Darkflow Software’s Enlisted doesn’t feature ray tracing either, but the MMO squad-based shooter now supports NVIDIA DLSS for frame-rate improvements of up to 55 percent at 4K.

Ready or Not

Void Interactive’s tactical first-person shooter, Ready or Not, features ray-traced reflections, ray-traced shadows, and ray-traced ambient occlusion shading. NVIDIA DLSS boosts performance by up to an incredible 120 percent at 4K, even with these effects enabled.

NVIDIA noted that plenty of additional DLSS titles are on the way. One of these happens to be CD PROJEKT RED’s heavily anticipated sci-fi RPG, Cyberpunk 2077.

Editor’s Note 11/19/2020: This article was revised to clarify that War Thunder does support ray tracing and has done so since 2019.

Tsing Mui
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