NVIDIA's big reveal of the GeForce RTX family of graphics cards happened close to 6 months ago now, and while Battlefield V was shown off in all its ray tracing glory there hasn't been any updates on a DLSS update until now.
DICE has detailed the upcoming February 12 update for Battlefield V, which will fix a bunch of issues, improve the quality of the game in more ways than one, balances and improves vehicles, and more. We even have added 4-player cooperative play with Combined Arms hitting Battlefield V in the new update. But the news here is definitely the addition of DLSS.
NVIDIA's new Deep Learning Super Sampling technology, or DLSS, will finally reach Battlefield V with the new update. DICE explains: "This update includes further optimizations to DXR ray tracing performance and introduces NVIDIA DLSS to Battlefield V, which uses deep learning to improve game performance while maintaining visual quality".
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