ESO is getting a makeover after seven years
the Elder Scrolls Online This year will be getting a makeover, as the MMO will be the first game to use Nvidia’s DLA (Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing) software to create what Tamriel looks like.
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as well as DLA, the Elder Scrolls Online Additionally there will be DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) support. DLAA will first be tested in a public test server and will be available with DLSS in Update 32.
DLSS allows players to render the game at a lower resolution and then uses AI to see how everything looks, meaning users should get a performance boost without affecting DLSS-enabled games.
Meanwhile, DLAA uses the same AI upscaling system but does not require low-resolution input. This means that while it may be more intensive to run, the game should look much better.
Speaking on a livestream two days ago (September 17), creative director Rich Lambert confirmed that DLAA would allow for “incredible anti-aliasing”. In terms of requirements, Lambert stated that “you need an RTX 2000 or RTX 3000 series card to take advantage of DLA’s”.
as seen pc gamer, Lead Graphics Engineer Alex Tardiff described the addition of DLSS as a “welcome lift to our now seven year old MMO” and said that because those with RTX cards are running the Elder Scrolls Online “Already at high FPS”, DLAA does a good job of making the game a little better.
Tardiff said that the DLAA is “not something that every sport will need, but it will”. He, It just made sense”.
In other news, Sega is teasing a new RPG for the mobile platform. From a short teaser posted by the company, the upcoming title appears to be a smartphone-based fantasy game that will include traditional pen-and-paper RPG systems.