Warzone Nvidia Filters Feature

Visibility has never been Call of Duty: Warzone‘s strongest selling point. Other battle royale games like Apex Legends have very distinct art styles that make characters easy to spot. In contrast, Warzone opts for a grittier, realistic visual design that features plenty of shadows and dark corners. However, by using Nvidia Filters it’s possible to improve visibility in Warzone.

Given the prominence of certain operators and skins in the meta, improving visibility is essential. The now infamous Roze skin is strong for the sole reason that it makes the player practically invisible in certain situations. Certainly, this is realistic from a camouflage perspective, but it can be frustrating to play against.

What are Nvidia Game Filters?

Nvidia Filters is a gameplay optimization feature that comes packaged as a part of GeForce Experience. It is a PC exclusive feature that can only be used by owners of a supported Nvidia graphics card. The vast majority of Nvidia GPUs will work including the most popular cards such as the GTX 1060, GTX 1650, and RTX 2060.

Nvidia Filters allow you to tweak various visual aspects of any supported game. The full list of supported games can be found on the official Nvidia website. Other games can benefit from Nvidia Filters too, but Warzone makes the most of it. These filters are used most to gain a competitive advantage and can also be a useful accessibility tool for color-blind players.

Using Nvidia Filters

Before you can use Nvidia Filters you’ll need to install GeForce Experience. Once installed, load up Call of Duty: Warzone. The next step is to open the GeForce Experience overlay. The default bind for this is ALT + z. Then click Game Filter on the left-hand side of the overlay. Alternatively, you can press ALT + F3 to go straight to the Nvidia Filters menu.

There are three presets spots to save custom settings. It’s usually fine to just have one global preset for Warzone but some players prefer to have multiple. It can be a good idea to have separate presets for Warzone and regular multiplayer as each game mode looks a little different from one another.

Warzone Nvidia Filters Comparison

A comparison between filters off (left) and my custom filters (right. There are significantly fewer shadows with the Nvidia Filters enabled.

It’s worth playing around with the settings in-game to see what works best for you. Depending on your monitor’s brightness, resolution, and graphics settings, slight tweaks may be useful. Before applying any Nvidia Filters it’s recommended to set the in-game brightness setting to 50. It is viable to go as high as 60, but be aware that will make certain colors look washed out in some locations.

The many variables that impact Nvidia Filters make it difficult to say exactly what the best settings are. Regardless, these are the Nvidia Filters I use for Warzone that looks to maximize visibility by brightening up indoor areas:

Details

  • Sharpen: 36%
  • Clarity: 49%
  • HDR Toning: 49%
  • Bloom: 0%

Color

  • Tint Color: 0%
  • Tint Intensity: 0%
  • Temperature: 0
  • Vibrance: 32

Brightness/Contrast

  • Exposure: 0%
  • Contrast: 10%
  • Highlights: 6%
  • Shadows: -100%
  • Gamma: 0%

For more Call of Duty: Warzone tips and guides, be sure to hit up our Call of Duty: Warzone guides and features hub.

Kurt Perry
Kurt is a passionate games critic who has a particular love for JRPGs, racing games, and platformers. Once a dedicated console gamer, Kurt moved across to PC three years ago and hasn't looked back since.

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