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NVIDIA’s deep learning super sampling image upscaling technology, DLSS, is probably coming very soon to Infinity Ward and Raven Software’s free-to-play battle royale hit Call of Duty: Warzone. This is according to a newsletter that was sent out by green team regarding Overwatch’s newly added support for NVIDIA Reflex, which includes a subject line claiming that DLSS is coming to Call of Duty: Warzone next week on Thursday, April 22. Evidently, Call of Duty: Warzone’s NVIDIA DLSS update might be enabled as part of the game’s Season 3 patch update.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War does support NVIDIA DLSS, and the company mentioned support for Warzone was coming soon. Raven Software teased first information on the Season 3 changes in a Twitter thread this week, stating that Warzone will see changes including weapon updates, Roze skin changes, and more to be announced.

Sources: Leonardo Leal, Charlie Intel

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  1. So aiming down scope at lower res targets… will. E easier or harder ? Will DLSS make players easier to spot as high res objects in a low res space, or harder because they are blended into the object with dlss dithering.
  2. So aiming down scope at lower res targets… will. E easier or harder ? Will DLSS make players easier to spot as high res objects in a low res space, or harder because they are blended into the object with dlss dithering.

    I would rather play at a fixed resolution without a feature like DLSS in a game like this, but I will commend them for adding a feature. I am sick of 20GB+ updates that add nothing more than new season pass content.
    I do wish they would fix the guns in this game though, the FFAR and the COD:BO AUG are just too good now.

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