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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?

Warzone NVIDIA DLSS

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.

Warzone NVIDIA DLSS setting post patch

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.

Image Credits: JGOD/Activision / Raven Software

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World Series of Warzone: Teams, Draft, Standings, & Stream

The World Series of Warzone is kicking competitive Warzone up a notch, and we have the teams, draft, standings and stream covered for you.

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The World Series of Warzone will be the biggest competitive event in the history of the Call of Duty battle royale, and we have the teams, draft, standings, and stream for the event covered for you.

The competitive scene for Call of Duty: Warzone has become extremely popular following the release of the battle royale game in 2020, and it will be reaching new heights when the first of four World Series of Warzone competitions takes place in June.

With this in mind, we have gathered together everything you need to know about the first World Series of Warzone tournament on June 22 and 23, including the teams, draft, standings, and stream so that you do not miss any of the adrenaline-fueled action.

World Series of Warzone Draft

The format for the June 23 tournament will see five captains select a total of 10 trios each from North America to represent them in the Captain’s Cup.

They will battle to get their collective teams the most points when the dust settles on verdansk ’84 on June 23 and the $100,000 prize pool for the Captain’s Cup.

The draft for the first World Series of Warzone event will take place on June 22 and will be broadcasted on the Twitch Rivals Twitch channel.

You can find the entire draft pool for the first World Series of Warzone tournament below:

World Series of Warzone Draft

We will update this piece with the June 22 World Series of Warzone draft results when officially revealed to the community.

World Series of Warzone Teams

The June 23 tournament will see a total of 50 teams of three players to get the most combined points for their respective squads (five teams of 30 players) under the leadership of one of the five captains, who will each have their own trios teams for the Captain’s Cup.

The five captains that will be leading all of the teams for the tournament can be found below:

  • Swagg
  • Nadeshot
  • DanDangler
  • Aydan
  • TimTheTatMan
World Series of Warzone Teams

The 50 trios will also be competing individually across six matches to see who can collect the most points from kills and overall placements to secure a share of a $200,000 prize pool during the June 23 event.

We will update this piece with all of the individual teams competing in the June 23 World Series of Warzone tournament when they are officially revealed.

World Series of Warzone Standings

We will update this piece with the latest World Series of Warzone standings throughout the course of each tournament.

World Series of Warzone Standings

Twitch Rivals Stream

The 2021 World Series of Warzone will be broadcasted exclusively on Twitch in a partnership with Twitch Rivals, so fans will be able to watch all of the action from each event unfold on the Twitch Rivals channel, which we will embed below when the broadcast for each event begins.

There is no doubt that a great deal of excitement will arise out of each event from the 2021 World Series of Warzone as teams compete to be at the top of the final standings and claim their title as the best Call of Duty: Warzone players in the world.

Image Credits: Activision

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Warzone devs announce MG 82 nerf is officially coming

The MG 82 LMG has already proven it is overpowered, as the Warzone developers have announced that a nerf is coming for the Season 4 weapon.

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Season 4 brought the MG 82 LMG to Call of Duty: Warzone, and it has proven to be a dominating force which has prompted Raven Software to announce that a nerf is indeed coming to the LMG.

Each new season of Warzone has brought new weapons for players to use in their battles, and Season 4 was no different with the addition of the MG 82 LMG, C58 Assault Rifle, and Nail Gun.

However, the MG 82 LMG quickly proved that it is taking over the meta, as the fast-firing and hard-hitting machine gun showed itself as easily one of the best guns that have ever been in the Call of Duty battle royale, with players having already called for it be nerfed.

After one whole day of this new LMG destroying players on Verdansk ’84 and Rebirth Island, Raven Software answered these calls and announced that a Warzone MG 82 nerf is indeed coming in the future.

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Warzone MG 82 nerf

The development studio took to its official Twitter account to reveal to the community that the new Season 4 LMG was a tad too powerful and that they would be taking a look and making adjustments to it. You can find Raven’s official announcement below:

“The MG 82 (BOCW) made one too many trips to the Pack-a-Punch machine before deploying to Verdansk. Element 115 is off limits in #Warzone, so we will be making an adjustment to this Weapon soon.”

Some players were sad to see the weapon already have a nerf planned for it after only one full day of it being in the game.

Others were happy to see that Raven Software was already working on a Warzone MG 82 nerf to make the LMG fairer than what it currently is in the first-person shooter.

The developer did not give an exact date for when players can expect to see the Warzone MG 82 nerf occur, so it remains to be seen how long the community will have to experience the new LMG in its current form.

For more on Call of Duty: Warzone, check out the June 18 update patch notes, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

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Warzone June 18 update patch notes: New weapon unlock challenges & bug fixes

The Warzone June 18 update patch notes have brought various bug fixes for the Call of Duty battle royale following the launch of Season 4.

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Raven Software has released the first update following the launch of Warzone Season 4, and the patch notes detail new weapon unlock challenges and a host of bug fixes.

Season 4 is officially underway in the world of Call of Duty: Warzone, and it has brought a great deal of new content for players to experience.

From the new MG 82 LMG and C58 Assault Rifle weapons to everything the new Ground Fall event has brought, such as the Satellite Crash locations, the community has plenty to enjoy at the moment.

However, this has not stopped Raven Software from working to fix various issues that have arisen while adding new weapon unlock challenges for two Season 3 Battle Pass weapons.

You can find all of these changes that were applied in the Warzone June 18 update patch notes below:

Warzone June 18 update patch notes

WEAPONS

  • Two New Weapon Unlock Challenges
    • PPSh-41 (BOCW)
      • Using SMGs, get 3 kills immediately after sprinting in 15 different completed matches. 
    • Swiss K31 (BOCW)
      • Using Sniper Rifles, get 2 Headshot kills in 15 different completed matches.

BUG FIXES

  • Fixed an issue that was causing Players in the Warzone client to see a placeholder image when receiving a gift from a Player in Black Ops Cold War.
  • Fixed an issue causing Zeyna’s third Operator Mission – “Accumulate 10 total seconds of airtime while riding a Dirt Bike” – to not track.
  • Fixed an issue causing the “Soldier of Fortune” Challenge to grant a different Calling Card than the one displayed in the Seasonal Progression Menu.
  • Fixed an issue where hovering over the “Power Surge” Reactive Bundle would force the player back to the Main Menu.
  • Fixed an issue where Players could only access the Options Menu while queued for a match.
  • Fixed an issue where receiving the Battle Pass Bundle as a gift would cause a crash when entering the Title Selection Menu.

Source: Raven Software

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