This week, Call of Duty: Warzone was finally patched to support Nvidia's DLSS technology. Modern Warfare had limited RTX support at launch with ray-traced shadows but lacked Nvidia's performance saving AI-driven technology, but that changes today.
Call of Duty Warzone, which uses the same engine as 2019's Modern Warfare, now supports DLSS, which can boost performance by as much as 70 percent at 4K resolution.
As we can see from the graph above, DLSS provides a significant boost in performance mode across a range of graphics cards. The RTX 3080 for instance goes from 90 frames per second at 4K with maximum graphical settings to 134 frames per second. The last generation RTX 2080Ti sees a boost from 72 frames per second to 116 frames per second.
There are also significant gains to be had on entry-level RTX graphics cards, with the RTX 3060 gaining almost double performance with DLSS on, moving from under 50 frames per second to over 80 frames per second.
Call of Duty: Warzone continues to be one of the most popular online games around and also supports other Nvidia technologies, including Nvidia Reflex for minimal input latency and real-time ray-tracing effects.
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KitGuru Says: This addition has been a long time coming. Are many of you still playing Warzone with an RTX 30 or RTX 20 series GPU? Have you tried running the game with DLSS on yet?