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JGOD explains if Warzone players should use NVIDIA DLSS or not

If you’re unsure about using NVIDIA DLSS in Warzone, don’t worry, popular YouTuber JGOD has provided the community a in-depth look at DLSS.

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If you’re considering using NVIDIA DLSS in Warzone since the latest fix for setting, JGOD’s latest video explains whether it’s now worth it or not.

There are loads of settings in Warzone that can be overwhelming to some, especially new players. Knowing which ones are essential and which ones aren’t needed can be vital to the player’s experience.

The latest surprise patch issued a fix for the NVIDIA DLSS issue that was breaking players’ aim, but is it now worth using the setting or not?

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Before the latest patch, which seems to have fixed the NVIDIA DLSS bug, players noticed that the setting would create a misalignment between your reticle and where the bullets would actually go, depending on your resolution.

JGOD has released a video explaining how it works after the patch and which setting will be the best for you, depending on your setup.

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JGOD tested each of the NVIDIA DLSS settings in-game, concluding that they all now work as they should, with all of the bullets hitting exactly where your reticle is placed.

The Warzone content creator then went through the ins and outs of all the different NVIDIA DLSS settings: Quality, Balanced, Performance, and Ultra Performance, and which ones are best for your set up.

Ultimately, these settings are down to preference and how powerful your setup is. As JGOD states, the best NVIDIA setting is essentially “case by case.”

However, JGOD says that if you feel comfortable with the number of frames per second you are getting with NVIDIA DLSS, you should leave the setting disabled. JGOD even made a chart that shows the specifics for each setting so that players can get a better idea of what each of them does.

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NVIDIA DLSS settings

If you want better image quality, the Quality NVIDIA DLSS setting is the one you should be using, giving you a better resolution over frame rate, but at least 2k gaming is recommended.

Balanced is for those who would like high image quality and high fps performance, which can be good for those who want to retain fps and not experience blurriness.

Performance is for those who want to prioritize performance over resolution, providing players with more frames per second at the expense of resolution. It is recommended for those who are capable of 4k gaming.

Finally, Ultra Performance is for those with an 8k set-up that can deal with extremely high frame rates of 180. This setting is for those who want a huge frame rate boost.

What JGOD recommends is to “either go disabled, or go Quality, if you’re just a frame chaser you can go these routes (Performance, Ultra Performance), but expect a little bit of blurriness.”

That’s all on JGOD‘s advice for what NVIDIA DLSS settings you should be using. For more, stay tuned on Charlie INTEL and check out our recent article on Warzone & Cold War Season 4.

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How to fix Warzone & Modern Warfare Diver Error 6 Code

Here’s how to fix Warzone and Modern Warfare’s Diver or Error 6 Code which has caused downloads to fail, locking players out of the game.

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Call of Duty Warzone and Modern Warfare players have been unable to play thanks to the Diver or Error Code 6, but we’ve got some solutions to help you get back into Season 4 Verdansk.

The Warzone community appears to be reaching a boiling point in Season 4, with glitches and hackers ruining the experience for many. Some players haven’t even been able to launch the game with the Diver or Error 6 Code making an unfortunate return.

There are some solutions to the error, so we’ve detailed them below to help you get back to playing Verdansk, Rebirth Island, or Modern Warfare multiplayer.

How to fix Code Diver 6 Error in Warzone & Modern Warfare

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If you’re hit by the Diver or Code 6 Error in Modern Warfare or Warzone Season 4, you’ll be met with a screen telling you “Download Failed.” This is the root of the problem but fortunately, allows us to provide several fixes that should work.

Check the Warzone servers

This error code can often be caused by an issue with Warzone’s servers. Check out our Warzone server-status guide, and if there’s a problem, it’s worth waiting for the issue to be resolved by Raven Software.

If there isn’t a server issue, check out the following solutions.

Restart your router

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The first thing you should try is restarting your router, as this could trigger your console or PC to begin the failed download.

  1. First, completely close Warzone or Modern Warfare
  2. Unplug your router / modem, wait thirty seconds, and plug it back in
  3. Wait around five minutes for it to completely reboot
  4. Launch Warzone or Modern Warfare

Download the update through a hotspot / cellular data

If resetting your internet didn’t work, you can try downloading the update through cellular data. Players have reported that this works for some reason, so it’s worth a try. However, you could rack up high data charges so we only recommend trying this if you’re desperate.

Reinstall Warzone and Modern Warfare

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Unfortunately, the last solution we recommend is completely reinstalling Warzone / Modern Warfare. This will give a fresh install of Warzone and should be completely free of the Diver or Code 6 Error.

Warzone and Modern Warfare has a huge file size, so redownloading the game will likely take some time. But hopefully, you’ll be able to play battle royale and multiplayer with no issues afterward.


We’re fast approaching Warzone Season 5, so you can check out the leaked artwork and its release date.

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Warzone cheaters shamelessly flex highly requested Cold War Zombies camos

Warzone’s hacking troubles continue as cheaters have been able to unlock locked Cold War Zombies camos to use in Warzone Season 4.

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Verdansk is currently being overrun by hackers sporting unreleased Black Ops Cold War Zombies Dark Aether camos in Warzone Season 4.

It was said by the devs that eventually Cold War’s Zombies camos would come to Call of Duty: Warzone at some point. It’s been quite a long time since the game’s release and none of its skins have turned up in Verdansk yet.

Thanks to the growing power of hackers in Warzone though, they have now arrived in unceremonious fashion. One Twitch user, and even JGOD, have provided evidence of the new Zombies camos running riot in Warzone.

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The Twitch streamer goes by the name of Repullze, and they were mid-game with several buddies when they spectated the unusual happenings.

An enemy hacker was running around the map blindly firing with their gun to let the cheat do its usual thing.

But the oddity that was picked up on quite quickly was the skin that the weapon was sporting a DM Ultra Zombie camo that you simply cannot find in Warzone Season 4.

The clip, and stream, caught the attention of popular Call of Duty personality JGOD. He Tweeted out a picture of Repullze’s stream showing further evidence of the hacks.

The camo was different from the Twitch clip as it was now encrusted with diamonds, as was now clearly coated in the “Plague Diamond” Zombies camo.

Warzone continues to be a game played by thousands of players every single day, but there’s no doubt that the morale of the community is at an all-time low.

Lately, the game has been subjected to a God Mode hack, weird glitches allowing players to see through walls, and hackers even using their own custom skins in-game.

Between hacks, cheating, and glitches, Warzone Season 4 is proven to be a decidedly mixed experience.

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Warzone August 2 update patch notes: OTs 9 unlock challenge fix, Payload & general bug fixes

Raven Software has rolled out a new update for Call of Duty: Warzone on August 2, and we have all of the patch notes covered for you.

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Warzone August 2 update patch notes

A new update has gone live for Call of Duty: Warzone on August 2, and it brings various bug fixes for the battle royale game, and we have the patch notes covered for you.

Warzone Season 4 Reloaded has seen a number of major changes arrive in the fan-favorite battle royal game with the likes of the new OTs 9 SMG and the Payload game mode.

However, as with any multiplayer game, Raven Software has been working on various bugs that have cropped up recently and have been causing frustration for players.

A wide array of bug fixes were introduced to Warzone on August 2 in the game’s latest update, such as a fix for an issue players were facing with the OTs 9 unlock challenge, and you can find everything in the patch notes below:

Warzone August 2 update patch notes

Warzone August 2 update patch notes

General

  • Removed the Juggernaut Suit Field Upgrade from Red Door rooms in Plunder.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed additional collision issues with various elements across Verdansk allowing Players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
  • Fixed an issue causing the Stopping Power Field Upgrade to reduce recoil while using the Milano 821 (BOCW).
  • Fixed an issue where Killstreak tablet rewards were stacking on top of one another.
  • Fixed an issue where Players could favorite the Random Operator choice but could not unfavorite it.
  • Fixed an issue where the Random Operator option would move to the wrong position.
  • Fixed an issue where Players would take some Loadout Perks from the prematch lobby into matches.
  • Fixed an issue where the Power Surge Reactive Bundle image did not reflect the included Bundle items.
  • Fixed an issue where Players downed while holding the Sentry Turret would have no Weapon in hand when revived.
  • Fixed an issue with the OTs 9 (BOCW) where the unlock criteria inconsistently tracked when using any BOCW SMG Blueprint.
  • Fixed an issue with Two Factor Authentication that required a client restart if a Player activated it while ingame.
  • Payload fixes: 
    • Fixed an issue where only the rear truck would be pushed backwards by the enemy team.
    • Fixed an issue where out-of-bounds zones would not be the correct size.
    • Fixed an issue where Players could hear the entire Team rather than only their direct squad.
    • Fixed an issue where spawn points would disappear on uneven terrain.
    • Fixed an issue where the camera would get stuck in the terrain at the end of a match.
    • Fixed an issue where the Player’s camera would be tilted when exiting a vehicle.

There is no doubt that plenty of players will be happy to see all of these frustrating bugs get fixes in the Warzone August 2 update patch notes and will hopefully not have to worry about seeing them appear again in the Call of Duty battle royale.

With Season 5 of Warzone set to start in a couple of weeks, Raven Software is likely to be working on even more fixes for issues to make sure the game I ready when the new period of content launches.

For more Warzone, check out everything you need to know about the World Series of Warzone EU Trios tournament, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

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