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Ubisoft Releases Nvidia GameWorks Trailer for The Division

Ubisoft Releases Nvidia GameWorks Trailer for The Division

Ubisoft Releases Nvidia GameWorks Trailer for The Division

Ubisoft Releases Nvidia GameWorks Trailer for The Division

 

Ubisoft has released a new Nvidia GameWorks Trailer for Tom Clancy's The Division, showcasing the game's use of HBAO+ and PCSS in order to make what they call the most realistic representation of New York in games to date. 

 

   Join Tom Clancy’s The Division’s Technical Director, Anders Holmquist, as he takes you through NVIDIA’s GameWorks Technologies featured in the PC version of the game including HBAO (Horizon-Based Ambient Occlusion) and PCSS (Percentage Closer Soft Shadows). 

 

 

Right now the game is bundles with GTX 970 or higher GPUs and as an Nvidia branded game is expected to run best on Nvidia hardware, though in the game's recent beta we actually found that AMD perform better, though this was with early game drivers on an early version of the game.

 

You can join the discussion on Ubisoft's GameWorks Trailer for the PC version of The Division on the OC3D forums.

 

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29-02-2016, 18:34:23

BigDaddyKong
It looks pretty, but I am curious of what its going to do to the game play. Will a person need a second GPU to fully utilize all these effects without disrupting game play?Quote

29-02-2016, 19:42:48

NeverBackDown
Surprised Ubisoft hasn't made Nvidia there official partner or whatever since every Ubisoft title in the past couple years has pretty openly done better on Nvidia hardware and support there features.

The irony though that AMD performed better in WYP's testing. Wonder if that will continue though.Quote

01-03-2016, 05:36:10

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Kong View Post
It looks pretty, but I am curious of what its going to do to the game play. Will a person need a second GPU to fully utilize all these effects without disrupting game play?
The beta had HBAO+ and PCSS and with everything maxed at 1440P I was getting around 50FPS with a single 980 Ti Quote
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