Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) today proclaimed a new technology PC gaming experience in association with Ubisoft (EPA: UBI) that promises to bring customers closer to their games than any other time in the recent past. Company has incorporated the Nvidia GeForce GTX technology with the help of recently unveiled GTX 980 and 970 GPUs.
By coordinating Nvidia’s unrivaled GameWorks advances, Assassin’s Creed Unity – the most recent portion in Ubisoft’s establishment will offer HBAO+, TXAA, PCSS and tessellation innovations. These games permit Ubisoft reasonably to render the sixteenth century environments situated in Paris amid the French Revolution.
“Nvidia has worked hard, hand-in-hand with our development teams, to help provide the best experience for our PC players,” said Jean-Francois St.Amour, Lead Graphics Programmer at Ubisoft Montreal. “Their support and insight is even more important now, as we make a big technological leap into the next-generation of Assassin’s Creed games.”
An alternate but hugely visual and technology overhaul here is Far Cry 4. According to the company, Far Cry 4 likewise coordinates Nvidia Godrays and HairWorks technologies for rendering the practical, yet fatal foes that will be experienced in the diversion.
In addition to these offerings is The Crew, a street-racing game. It accompanies an Android app that delivers gamers a chance to tinker with their ride before playing it live, visit remotely, search companion profiles, and send your group on occupations.
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