Call Of Duty: Warzone, More Games Getting Nvidia DLSS Support
In Nvidia's CES stream, the company announced that several notable games will receive DLSS support, including Call Of Duty, Five Nights At Freddy's, and Outriders.
Nvidia unveiled a lot of interesting announcements at this year's all-virtual CES, including the GeForce RTX 3060 and a new generation of laptops. However, the company also revealed a slate of games that will soon receive DLSS support, and there are some big names included.
Call of Duty: Warzone is perhaps the most notable game mentioned, along with the upcoming Five Nights at Freddy's Security Breach and Outriders, both of which are scheduled for release later this year. Security Breach will also support ray tracing.
If you aren't familiar with DLSS (or deep learning super sampling), the feature of Nvidia's RTX cards uses deep learning to upscale lower-resolution images to higher resolutions. DLSS requires less graphical horsepower than natively rendering a game at a high resolution, meaning that it allows lower-end cards to enjoy improved performance and better image quality in these selected games. Control and Battlefield V were two of the first games to implement DLSS.
Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 3060 is the company's newest RTX card, the fourth in the RTX 30-series line. It's the cheapest card that the company has yet unveiled in the line, but it still offers twice the performance of the GTX 1060. As with all RTX cards, it supports both DLSS and ray-tracing. The Founders Edition of the card starts at $329.
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