[warzone dlss]Call of Duty： Warzone DLSS Aim Optic Fix Underway ｜ Game Rant
Call of Duty: Warzone developers, Raven Software, is working with Nvidia to fix aiming issues associated with Warzone’s DLSS setting.
By Peter Sitkowski
Published May 28, 2021
For many Call of Duty: Warzone?players, getting an edge is just as much about in-game settings as it is about training their aim and game-sense. Nvidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) can bolster performance for players using 4k and 8k resolutions, however, it has also led to some problems with reticule alignment, which is now being looked into by the Call of Duty: Warzone?developers.
In Warzone,?DLSS is a setting that utilizes machine learning to upscale lower resolutions, using interpolation to touch up any visual elements that may be missing, meaning that players can use a lower base resolution and have it upscaled for smoother FPS. However,?Warzone?players have noticed a bug, where the interpolation is misaligning the crosshairs of many of the game’s optics with where?one’s aim actually lies, thus causing players’ bullets to veer off course. The issue also gets worse as you use higher graphics settings, with the Balanced and Quality options causing major problems.
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In a Tweet from Raven Software, developers of?Call of Duty: Warzone, the company has acknowledged the issue and has stated that “The team is working on a fix for an upcoming patch.” Nvidia?is also aware of the problem and?is likely working in tandem with the developers to come up with a solution.?Warzone?has had a number of bugs over its lifespan, but this one is certainly a little more difficult to notice, unless players can see specific comparisons between DLSS and non-DLSS gameplay.
? Update regarding #DLSS:@BeenoxTeam and @NVIDIA are aware of an issue where DLSS may impact the accuracy of Weapon optics in #Warzone.
The team is working on a fix for an upcoming patch.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) May 28, 2021
JGOD, a?Warzone?content creators on YouTube, has made a video showing just how bad the drift issue is when using DLSS. JGOD uses a laser sight to show where his bullet will actually go, and compares it to the onscreen location of his gun’s reticule, with the laser always?appearing slightly to the right of the crosshair. This happens with several different weapons and optics, and it is evident that at longer distances, Call of Duty:?Warzone’s?DLSS bug can cause huge variance in the end-location of a player’s bullet.
While the DLSS issue may not cause problems for all players, it has likely caused frustration for anyone using the setting to get an FPS boost in?Warzone.?It is also an issue that is reasonably difficult to notice unless?one is specifically looking for it, which could mean that many players are missing shots they should be hitting without even realizing it.?At the very least, with Raven Software and Nvidia working together to solve the issue, players are likely to see the patch come relatively soon, hopefully allowing gamers’ bullets to land where they expect.
Call of Duty: Warzone?is available?now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
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Peter Sitkowski is a writer from Melbourne Australia. He has eclectic taste, enjoying the challenge of Dark Souls and Dota 2, as well as the relaxation of Animal Crossing. He also makes custom content for the original Doom, making challenging maps for masochistic retro FPS fans.
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