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Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Season One is coming to PC on December 16th 

Danny Peterson



Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Season One is coming to PC on December 16th 

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Season one is almost here to lands on PC by December 16th. The game was recently released and will get it’s new Season tomorrow with some incredible new weapons and operators. The Cold War Season one will also feature a new Warzone Map (Rebirth Island), along with new zombie modes as well. Users will be also able to unlock the new content of the Season One Battle Pass up to 100 Tiers.

Nvidia Ray Tracing, DLSS and Reflex Technology

The Black Ops Cold War on PC is also featuring a Ray Tracing, Nvidia DLSS, and Nvidia Reflex. With the ray tracing feature the users will get an extra level of visuals, that will immerse the user’s experience. The Ray Tracing is actually a high demand rendering technique by tracing the light path, in results gives the best image output. This feature adds a real sense of depth to the environment, in results to produce life-like shadows to the object and give the object a real look with proper lighting.

The Nvidia GPU’s owner will have the advantage of using the DLSS, which will help to accelerate the AI rendering. So with Nvidia DLSS ON players will enjoy immersive gameplay with higher fidelity at higher frame rates. Thanks to Nvidia, with the Nvidia DLSS technology the performance has been increased by up to 85% at 4k gameplay.

For intense gamers, Nvidia Reflex would be the best feature using Nvidia’s GTX 900 Series or newer GPU’s. The Nvidia Reflex will reduce the system latency up to 20%, so the players will get a more responsive gaming experience without an input lag. Combining all these features of Nvidia’s latest GPU’s the Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War gives you an extra level of gaming experience without any input lag, also gives you higher game fidelity along with ray tracing. The Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War is available on Consoles as well as on PC.

Danny is a senior writer at Techarim, where he covers smartphones and gaming news. Previously, he worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Hollister Free Lance.

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