Call of Duty: Warzone has become the latest title in a long list of games that now supports Nvidia’s DLSS technology, and for those who do not know, DLSS works like magic on all RTX cards, and it promises an impressive performance boost. As for the Call of Duty: Warzone, we are seeing improvements of up to 70% in the overall frames per second.
DLSS has been in the play for almost 3 years now and while the original DLSS had a rocky start, with some massive inconsistencies, the DLSS 2.0 is promising, to say the least. I have been using it in my RTX 3080 in some games that are hardware intensive, and I can see the improvements, especially in games like Cyberpunk 2077 which heavily rely on DLSS.
Nvidia has shared some performance numbers that show a massive improvement in the performance, even when you are using an RTX 3060. The performance on these cards have improved a lot across the board, which means that regardless of the resolution you are playing at, you are going to get impressive results, to say the least.
For instance, RTX 3060 users are now able to get over 60 frames per second in 4K resolution, and if you go back in terms of the resolution down to 1440p or 1080p, you can expect an even better frame rate of 100 frames per second or more.
However, if you are not interested in using DLSS in the Call of Duty: Warzone, the same DLSS is also available to the new Modern Warfare, thanks to both games having the same engine. In addition to that, the developers have also made sure that the new DLSS mode is also making its way to the Black Ops: Cold War Zombie’s multiplayer as well as campaign modes, so you are more than covered.
If you wish to see a comparison, Nvidia has shared a video with us that shows everything.
Video: YouTube/NVIDIA GeForce