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NVIDIA DLSS and the company’s newer AI-based technology, deep learning anti-aliasing (DLAA), have officially arrived in ZeniMax Online Studios’ Elder Scrolls MMORPG, The Elder Scrolls Online. The performance- and graphics-enhancing features come courtesy of the game’s 7.2.5. update, which was released alongside the new Deadlands DLC earlier this week. Deadlands takes players to the Dagon’s plane of Oblivion and the mysterious city of Fargrave to conclude the Gates of Oblivion storyline.

From ZeniMax Online Studios:

The base game introduces some exciting new features including the new Armory system – which allows you to save out character builds – curated item set drops to help you complete your item set collections, new Mythic items, NVIDIA DLSS & DLAA Support, and more! […] There are also a number of changes affecting combat and itemization including some adjustments to proc sets and critical hit damage, plus allowing sets to now grant hybrid stats. […]

As explained by NVIDIA in a blog post pertaining to the Windows 11 Game Ready Driver in September, DLAA leverages the same technology as DLSS but works on a native resolution image. Its goal is to maximize image quality rather than boost performance.

Source: The Elder Scrolls Online

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1 Comment

  1. Ok so DLAA sounds like a REAL improvement feature that isn’t just finding a better way to lower resolutions but not feel like it. Interesting.

    It’s only in the expansion regions though… that’s kind of sad.

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