Nvidia Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing to debut in Elder Scrolls Online
After receiving a graphics upgrade, Bethesda’s epic fantasy multiplayer, The Elder Scrolls Online, will also get an exclusive Nvidia perk.
The Elder Scrolls Online didn’t have much of an impact when it launched in 2014. However, the game has made giant strides in recent years. With Bethesda’s epic online fantasy title receiving graphical upgrades, which went live late last month, it’s obvious the fanbase is still expecting more from the MMORPG. Now, recent developments indicate that the game is about to receive an exclusive feature from Nvidia.
According to WCCF Tech, The Elder Scrolls Online will be aware of Nvidia’s Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing, or DLAA, which will debut on the fantasy multiplayer title. Sources say this new technology will improve the game’s visuals, which will focus only on visual quality, as opposed to performance. The report goes on to say that what DLAA is is essentially a lite version of Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling, or DLSS, only without the image scaling technology.
For those who don’t know, DLSS is fast becoming the industry standard for modern video games. It was created by Nvidia and works through an algorithm that redraws the pixels in a game to make it comparable to native high-resolution graphics without compromising performance. While DLAA lacks the scaling feature, it does offer some seemingly impressive anti-aliasing powers, which create smoother graphics by blurring out jagged edges in the image. It’s much more complicated than that, but it’s the end result in its simplest form.
A lot has changed in Elder Scrolls Online since its release, and Nvidia’s exclusive introduction of DLAA is just one more way to keep the game up to date. The game received mixed reviews when it was first released, but has since undergone some improvements. One of the things the studio did was remove the required subscription in 2015, which may have contributed to the fairly poor response the game received at first.
Back in March, ESO past 18 million players, showing how far things have gone over the past seven years. With the game now aware of this new technology, there is a possibility that it will become the poster child of Nvidia’s Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing, which is touted by industry experts as a marvel in the visuals of Nvidia. video games.
The Elder Scrolls Online is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S.
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Source: WCCF Tech
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