Ubisoft and NVIDIA have made an announcement that they are mutually forming a gaming alliance in order to provide the gaming enthusiasts with the best gaming experiences possible for Ubisoft’s biggest upcoming titles. Both the developers are working rock hard to add the greatest and finest in graphics technology, focusing in realism to the upcoming gaming titles which include Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell: Black List and Assassin Creed 4: Black Flag. This latest graphics technology basically includes TXAA anti-aliasing, HBAO+, DX11 tessellation and soft shadows, which really sweeps one of his feet.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist will be using all the latest tech, and is said to support a lot of NVIDIA’s GPUs like the GTX 660, 660 Ti, 670, 680, 770, and 780, specifically. Both the companies have interacted and bonded closely throughout the development process, otherwise coming out with such an idea and implementing on it, is not an easy task at all.
PC is still considered to be the best platform available for gaming, and Ubisoft and NVIDIA are both inclined on the fact that they will offer the PC players with the best gaming experience.