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Ark: Survival Evolved Will Use Nvidia GameWorks

Ark: Survival Evolved Will Use Nvidia GameWorks

Ark: Survival. The Dinosaur Survival Game

Ark: Survival Evolved Will Use Nvidia GameWorks

 

Studio Wildcard announced today that they will be working with Nvidia to bring GameWorks to to their upcoming game Ark: Survival Evolved.

Both companies have said that they will be working to enhance the experience of PC gamers and virtual reality users and bring Nvidia's GameWorks technologies into the game. 

Nvidia's content manager, Dane Johnston, had this to say: 

 

“When we first got a look at ARK: Survival Evolved, we we’re instantly hooked. Riding Dinosaurs while shooting guns, enough said. The team at Studio Wildcard has created a uniquely challenging world and we’re incredibly excited to be working hand in hand to enhance the PC experience.”

 

Co-founder and co-creative director at Studio Wildcard, Jesse Rapczak added this:

“ARK looks better and is more immersive thanks to NVIDIA GameWorks. NVIDIA has made it possible for teams like ours to drop in state-of-the-art, high-quality solutions to tough visual effects problems, which is often the difference between having a feature and not having it at all.”

 

We already know that Ark: Survival Instinct will be supporting DirectX 12 when it launches later this year, becoming one of the first PC games to use Microsoft's newest graphics API.

Hopefully this game will perform well and look as great as it does in it's early footage. Nvidia GameWorks has received a lot of recent bad press due to it's large performance hit on many titles, hopefully Studio Wildcard will not implement some of the most "intensive" of Nvidia's Graphics features. 

 

Ark: Survival. The Dinosaur Survival Game

 

Ark: Survival Instinct is an action survival game which is currently available on Steam Early Access for the price of £19.08. 

 

You can join the discussion on Ark: Survival Instinct Using Nvidia GameWorks on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

Ark: Survival Evolved, the UE4 Based Dinosaur game, will Use Nvidia GameWorks.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/gpu_displays/ark_survival_evolved_will_use_nvidia_gameworks/1

Posted by OC3D on Thursday, 4 June 2015
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04-06-2015, 18:23:37

NeverBackDown
Wonder if AMD will get screwed over even on Dx12 with Gameworks. Also makes me wonder why no one ever uses AMDs solutionsQuote

04-06-2015, 19:12:00

Wraith
Valkia is streaming this right now. Looks pretty good.
http://www.twitch.tv/valkiaQuote

05-06-2015, 01:29:43

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Wonder if AMD will get screwed over even on Dx12 with Gameworks. Also makes me wonder why no one ever uses AMDs solutions
All comes down to eye candy.

What do AMD have to offer that can visually bring more eye candy to the game ? Hardly anything.

Nvidia have quite a few things that bring a lot of graphical fidelity to a game whereas AMD really only have 1 of note which is TressFX, If AMD had more features like Gameworks offers *But open* then I'm sure more devs would use them.Quote

05-06-2015, 01:47:39

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
All comes down to eye candy.

What do AMD have to offer that can visually bring more eye candy to the game ? Hardly anything.

Nvidia have quite a few things that bring a lot of graphical fidelity to a game whereas AMD really only have 1 of note which is TressFX, If AMD had more features like Gameworks offers *But open* then I'm sure more devs would use them.
They got TressFX and TruAudio. That's a pretty good start, Gameworks just has everything in one place which is more convenient than having to use each tool separately from a productivity standpoint. Although Liquid VR is coming but that won't help visually tbh likewise with Nvidia's Gameworks VRQuote
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