Call of Duty Warzone development teams must work on multiple fronts. Between content development, balancing, cheaters, toxic gamers, and bugs, they have a lot to do. New example this weekend, with a DLSS-related bug.
With DLSS, or Deep Learning Super Sampling, is a technology allowing to improve the rendering of an image and its framerate without requiring more resources from the players’ hardware.
A kind of very effective “cheat” technology, developed by NVIDIA. Recently integrated into the PC version of Call of Duty: Warzone, DLSS presumably caused a concern shifting the aim.
A number of players, including JGOD, noticed that the shots went slightly to the right when the “quality” and “balanced” filters were activated. An annoying problem for an FPS, that the developers will fix soon.
On Twitter, Raven Software says:
The team is working on a fix for an upcoming patch.
— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) May 28, 2021
DLSS Update: Beenox and NVIDIA are aware of an issue where DLSS can impact weapon aiming in Warzone. The team is working on a fix for an upcoming update.