Warzone Youtuber JGOD has uncovered a huge issues while using the new NVIDIA DLSS graphics settings, it seems that certain settings can throw off the accuracy of your aim.
Warzone content creator JGOD has seemed to stumble upon a pretty big issue with the new NVIDIA DLSS settings on PC as he claims that the settings can throw off the accuracy of your aim.
JGOD revealed a few days ago that while using ‘quality’ and ‘balanced’ DLSS settings that starts were not entirely following the crosshairs, instead he noticed in some cases for specific attachments such as lasers the aiming was completely off.
It appears that the guns central aiming point will become the area where the laser is pointed leaving the crosshair no longer in line with the attachment.
JGOD demonstrates his theory with by shooting a few shots at a target, he starts off by aiming slightly off to the right of where he was originally aiming.
“This is off by a little bit, but at range you would definitely notice this a little bit worse”.
He went on to show off a couple more shots which revealed a clear misalignment before confirming that the inaccuracies could differ between each weapon and the location used.
It seems that this is only coming into effect when using the ‘quality’ and ‘balanced’ parts of DLSS, so if you’re using performance or above there should be no room for concerns.
We will have to wait it out and see if Raven Software or NVIDIA will address these alleged issues, but in the meantime be sure to check back with us at Gamerficial for the latest news and updates.