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Nvidia has announced a quartet of new games to get the DLSS treatment, with claimed performance boosts of as much as a frankly bonkers 120 percent at 4K. Titles include Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War, War Thunder, Enlisted and Ready Or Not. Meanwhile, Nvidia has also announced a new ‘RTX’ custom map for Fortnite, complete with several flavours of ray-traced visuals.DLSS is, of course, Nvidia’s performance boosting and image prettifying technology. In a perfectly-rendered nutshell, DLSS allows games to run at lower and less demanding resolutions, but be scaled up to mimic the visual fidelity of higher resolutions courtesy of clever AI algorithms.The first generation of this tech had a tendency to be a bit muddy, but the latest DLSS implementations have been seriously impressive, not just for performance but for fidelity too.Of the four new games to benefit from DLSS, it’s the Triple-A blockbuster that is Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War that will turn most heads. Nvidia reckons that performance jumps by up to 85 percent at 4K with DLSS enabled on GeForce RTX graphics cards. In practice, for instance, that means performance on an RTX 3070 jumps from 45 frames per second to 85 frames per second at 4K in ultra quality mode with ray tracing enabled. Along with DLSS, supported features in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War include DXR ray tracing, Reflex, Ansel and Highlights.Plus there’s a fancy new ray-traced map for Fortnite…

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