War Gaming releases showcases World of Tanks’ upcoming enCore graphical enhancements

War Gaming releases showcases World of Tanks' upcoming enCore graphical enhancements

War Gaming releases showcases World of Tanks’ upcoming enCore graphical enhancements

War Gaming has been working hard to prepare World of Tanks for its colossal 1.0 update, which will move the game to a new graphics engine called “Core” and launch with a reworked collection of over 25 maps which will bring the game to “modern graphical standards”. 

Those with lower end systems should know that this new engine has been designed to scale well to low-end PCs, though at this time the exact PC system requirements for this new version are unknown. 

World of Tanks version 1.0 is set to release in March 2018, but today War Gaming has released a new enCore tech demo and a new trailer which showcases the visual upgrades that are available with this new engine. This visual update will include more complex geometry, increased texture resolution and complexity, more realistic illumination, wetness effects and water deformation. 

War Gaming’s enCore tech demo is available to download here and will allow Wolrd of Tanks fans to get a glimpse of the new graphical effects that will be on offer as well as a look at how well their PCs will perform when using the new engine. This demo will only give approximate performance levels for the game’s final version, as the new engine will continue to be optimised and improved until its eventual release in March. 

  

 

Even with this upgrade, World of Tanks will remain easy to run on moderately powerful PCs. Even my ageing GTX 670MX (Mobile GPU) being able to achieve a “Gold Standard” score of over 9000 points when playing the game at 1080p Medium settings. 

Those who are interested in running World of Tanks’ enCore performance/tech demo can download it here. 

You can join the discussion on World of Tanks’ upcoming enCore 1.0 update on the OC3D Forums. 

War Gaming releases showcases World of Tanks' upcoming enCore graphical enhancements

War Gaming releases showcases World of Tanks’ upcoming enCore graphical enhancements

War Gaming has been working hard to prepare World of Tanks for its colossal 1.0 update, which will move the game to a new graphics engine called “Core” and launch with a reworked collection of over 25 maps which will bring the game to “modern graphical standards”. 

Those with lower end systems should know that this new engine has been designed to scale well to low-end PCs, though at this time the exact PC system requirements for this new version are unknown. 

World of Tanks version 1.0 is set to release in March 2018, but today War Gaming has released a new enCore tech demo and a new trailer which showcases the visual upgrades that are available with this new engine. This visual update will include more complex geometry, increased texture resolution and complexity, more realistic illumination, wetness effects and water deformation. 

War Gaming’s enCore tech demo is available to download here and will allow Wolrd of Tanks fans to get a glimpse of the new graphical effects that will be on offer as well as a look at how well their PCs will perform when using the new engine. This demo will only give approximate performance levels for the game’s final version, as the new engine will continue to be optimised and improved until its eventual release in March. 

  

 

Even with this upgrade, World of Tanks will remain easy to run on moderately powerful PCs. Even my ageing GTX 670MX (Mobile GPU) being able to achieve a “Gold Standard” score of over 9000 points when playing the game at 1080p Medium settings. 

Those who are interested in running World of Tanks’ enCore performance/tech demo can download it here. 

You can join the discussion on World of Tanks’ upcoming enCore 1.0 update on the OC3D Forums.