NVIDIA’s CES 2021 presentation featured new announcements from one of the biggest companies in gaming tech. From graphics cards, to monitors, to software, there was a lot to see. It was here that we learned that Call of Duty: Warzone and Outriders will be receiving DLSS support.
During NVIDIA’s CES 2021 presentation, it was announced that hit battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone would be receiving DLSS support from NVIDIA. In addition, upcoming title Outriders will have DLSS support when it launches later this year.
For those unfamiliar, DLSS stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling and is a method of improving visual quality in games using AI technology, without hindering performance. It’s incredibly useful for those that may not have the most powerful rigs, but want to take advantage of their hardware. That said, this tech is exclusive to Nvidia’s RTX line of graphics cards, so you won’t be able to use it if you don’t have one.
DLSS is already available in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, and will now make its way to the game’s battle royale component. Nvidia’s CES 2021 presentation was full of announcements, as the company also announced the RTX 3060 GPU, as well as a new line of 30 Series laptops. Stay right here on Shacknews for more up to date coverage.