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".
Last updated: Feb 14, 2019 at 05:31 pm CST
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