Players geared for the upcoming Call of Duty: Vanguard are keen to know whether the game supports AMD FSR and Nvidia DLSS. The answers to these queries have been confirmed in the recent PC Trailer which COD: Vanguard has been released before the grand launch.
AMD’s Fidelity FX Super Resolution (FSR) and Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) are modern rendering techniques aiming to boost FPS while gaming. These techniques render the frame at a lower resolution and later upscale the frames so that they look as sharp as expected at the native resolution.
Vanguard Support for Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR
There are a couple of drawbacks to using these technologies as their results vary considerably depending upon the graphics card you are using. However, having an extra set of utilities aiming to boost your FPS while playing Call of Duty: Vanguard is never a bad bargain.
Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR Support
The recent PC trailer for the game recently answered the burning question, confirming that Call of Duty: Vanguard does in fact, support Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR.
The trailer showcased various other features as well, which includes:
- Ultra-wide Aspect Ratio
- Cinematic Campaigns
- 20 Multiplayer Maps
- Improved Input Latency
- 4K Graphics
- Customized Performance
The trailer also informed that if users have pre-ordered the game, they will be getting the Frontline Weapon Pack to start their COD: Vanguard journey.
Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR will produce a substantial difference in FPS on certain GPUs however these rendering techniques might fail miserably on other graphic cards. If you’ve pre-purchased COD: Vanguard, you can download the game now as pre-loads have gone live!
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