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Offline ender

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Re: Elder Scrolls Online announced
« Reply #40 on: Sunday, January 24, 2016, 09:09:35 PM »
Is anyone still playing this? I finally got into it and really like it. I'm only level 12 right now. Imperial, Daggerfall Covenant.

Let me know!

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Re: Elder Scrolls Online announced
« Reply #41 on: Tuesday, January 26, 2016, 08:01:48 AM »
Is anyone still playing this? I finally got into it and really like it. I'm only level 12 right now. Imperial, Daggerfall Covenant.

Let me know!
I tried it, it's not bad but I'm practically playing it singleplayer.

I've still got it installed. See if you can find me on there! Username: Xessive

Offline MysterD

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Re: Elder Scrolls Online announced
« Reply #42 on: Sunday, September 19, 2021, 04:35:37 AM »
Announcement of new NVidia tech DLAA will be coming to ESO:
https://www.tweaktown.com/news/81696/nvidia-dlaa-yes-not-dlss-will-debut-in-elder-scrolls-online/index.html

Info:
- DLAA (Deep-Learning Anti-Aliasing) is going to be a high-end & supposedly "incredible" new Anti-Aliasing technique coming from NVIDIA.
- This will be able to be used by NVIDIA RTX-based cards.
- Since this has "Deep Learning" in here, I assume it'll be AI-based rendering technique (like DLSS).
- Unlike DLSS, this is not a performance boosting technique.
- ESO can already get really high framerates on RTX-based card & this is an older game (around 7 years now)...
- ...So this is going to be for those who want a really high-quality AA technique in their game.
- This feature should be available soon on the ESO Public Test Server.