Raven Software is reportedly working with Nvidia to fix some issues that have surfaced in Warzone’s DLSS settings.
Nvidia’s DLSS can boost performance for players by using 4k and 8k resolutions although it has also seemed to cause a few issues with reticule alignment, Raven Software are now looking into a fix for this issue.
A DLSS setting in Warzone is a setting that uses machine learning to touch up visual elements that are missing from the game and upscales lower resolutions, this gives players the ability to use a lower base resolution and it will be upscaled to a much smoother FPS.
Now, Warzone players have noticed a bug in which the crosshairs of several of the games optics are misaligned which causes major issues as players find their targeting to be off.
Warzone developer Raven Software sent out a Tweet addressing the issue, the post read:
“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.”
YouTube content creator JGOD posted a video highlighting just how bad this issue can be, in order to show the true severity of the situation he uses a laser sight to show where his bullet will go and then creates a comparison to the onscreen location of the guns reticule.
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Of course, DLSS may not be causing issues for every player there is still a chance that players may have encountered a few issues if they are using the setting to het a FPS boost in the game.
It is good to know that Raven Software and Nvidia are working together to create a fix for the problem, in the meantime be sure to check back with us at Gamerficial for the latest news and updates.