The Elder Scrolls Online will take advantage of new technology from NVIDIA

The Elder Scrolls Online will take advantage of new technology from NVIDIA

There is no doubt that The Elder Scrolls Online is one of the best MMORPGs to play, especially thanks to the continued support of Bethesda and Zenimax with updates, DLCs and expansions. In fact, the work recently received two new dungeons, Red Petal Bastion and The Dread Cellar, with the additional content Waking Flame, which we have already reviewed. However, we discover that the development team is planning many new technical improvements, which will expand the performance and the graphics sector more generally.

In fact, starting with update 32 of The Elder Scrolls Online, the DLSS support for anti-aliasing, 7 years after the game's release. However, even more interesting is the addition of a much more modern technology, the NVIDIA DLAA: for the uninitiated, Deep Learning Anti Aliasing is a new antialiasing technique that allows you to improve visual rendering by exploiting deep learning.

Alex Tardif, lead graphics engineer of the game, explains that the introduction is interesting because this technology does not perform any upscaling and therefore allows to maintain the real resolution. He is also very happy about this addition, especially since users with RTX video cards will really appreciate DLAA thanks to high frame rates and an anti-aliasing that he says is fantastic. We are very curious to see for ourselves how this new technology will graphically improve The Elder Scrolls Online, and we can't wait to download Update 32 to try it for yourself.

We are adding a new option for NVIDIA DLAA (Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing), using their DL technology, but without the upscaling component, at full resolution for some fantastic AA quality. On RTX cards people run ESO at high fps already, so a pure AA option works well! (2/3)

- Alex Tardif (@longbool) September 17, 2021

In the meantime, we remind you that Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 owners can already enjoy some interesting improvements, as Bethesda and Zenimax have already released the next gen versions of The Elder Scrolls Online on 15 June, while on August 23, together with the Waking Flame DLC, an update was also published that introduced dynamic resolution, thanks to which the title could run between 1080p and 2160p, maintaining a constant 60 fps. We therefore look forward to news from the development team, as many other technical innovations could be around the corner.

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