High end PC users rejoice as Warzone’s issue with DLSS affecting accuracy is finally fixed.
At the beginning of Season 3, Warzone finally got the NVIDIA DLSS support it always needed. For those unaware, the software aims to help those using NVIDIA’s latest graphics cards boost their graphical performance, and get higher frame rates while doing so.
NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Super Sampling is only available to those using the company’s 20 or 30 series GPUs, with players seeing a significant boost to their Warzone experience. Unfortunately, a strange Warzone glitch with NVIDIA DLSS has been causing a major aim problem.
If you have DLSS turned on and you’ve noticed that you’re missing your shots this season, you’re not alone. And there’s a good reason for it too.
Strangely enough, enabling the setting has been affecting weapon reticles, making them no longer accurate in Warzone. And consequentially, a lot of players have been turning off the feature to return to peak accuracy.
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Warzone Finally Fixes NVIDIA DLSS Aim Accuracy Glitch
In the game’s latest update, Warzone is finally fixing its issues affecting NVIDIA DLSS.
Last week, we were told by Raven Software that a fix for NVIDIA DLSS is coming soon. And thankfully, it’s not been too long a wait for a solution to arise.
That said, we’re coming close to the start date of Warzone Season 4, and the issue has been prevalent all season long. Those players who don’t pay close attention to sites like ours might not have known there was even an issue affecting their DLSS.
In a new Twitter update, Raven Software confirms that it is releasing a fix for Warzone’s NVIDIA DLSS function. And from now on, the feature should be working as intended.
This is great news for all Warzone players with high-end NVIDIA cards, but many players won’t notice a difference. However, there’s another fix on the way that’s sure to turn a few heads.
Warzone Regiment Invite Fix Coming Soon
If you’re an avid Warzone player and you use the game’s Regiment feature to group up with friends, you may have run into an issue.
Right now, it appears that invitations to a player’s Regiment are no longer being received by others. This has been an issue for at least the last few weeks, we’d wager even before Season 3’s launch day.
Thankfully, a fix is on the way, and Raven Software reports that the feature should be operational again sometime next week.
However, that’s not all the company is working on currently. There’s a massive new patch dropping with Season 4, and the worst weapons in Warzone need a major buff.
There’s also an unfortunate train glitch that’s killing unlucky Warzone players and ruining games right now. We recommend staying away from the transport system completely until this gets an adjustment.
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