Latest Call of Duty: Warzone patch adds DLSS support, finally
Back in January, Nvidia reported during its Game On livestream that DLSS backing would be coming to Call of Duty: Warzone. Also, presently finally it’s here, declared in the fix notes for Warzone Season 3.
DLSS, which represents Deep Learning Super Sampling, is Nvidia’s tech that gives execution helps at high-goal. You’ll require a GeForce RTX card to give it a shot, however in case you’re shaking anything from the 20-arrangement up it merits turning on. Furthermore, in Warzone, yet in games like Control, Death Stranding, and any others that help the component.
Combat area’s Season 3 update, which is a benevolent 25.2 GB download, brings the restricted time occasion Hunt for Adler, which is commencing on April 22, just as 100 levels of stuff to acquire in the new fight pass. It likewise denotes the obliteration of the Verdansk map starting with a nuke that just got dropped on it. Perhaps hold off on dashing to gawp at that however, since everybody’s stuck on Rebirth Island at the present time.
Fixed a bug with most Cold War barrels where Hip Spread and ADS Idle Sway were being expanded when they ought not have been.
Fixed a bug with some ZRG 20mm optics that incapacitated the capacity to hold breath.
Fixed a bug where some plunder would drop in closeness on death.
Fixed a bug where if the player is brought down while changing to a heavy weapons specialist seat, they would get undetectable and additionally immune.
Fixed a bug causing the arbitrary Operator select choice to just choose Coalition Operators from Modern Warfare.
Fixed a bug causing Baker’s fourth Operator Mission Objective to not track as expected (kill 15 adversaries utilizing a weapon with a joined 2x amplified scope or more prominent).
Fixed a bug causing certain Operator models to seem headless while utilizing the FFAR 1.
Combat area shelter codes: All blends and areas
Combat area map: Master Verdansk and Rebirth Island