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.
We are all gamers here at ThinkComputers, but first and foremost we are PC Gamers. Ubisoft unveiled their new title The Division at E3 2013 in June, which to me was one of the best games shown at the show. The game is an online open world role playing game based in New York City which has been devastated by a viral outbreak. It was unclear if the title would be available on PC when it was first announced.
Pre-orders in connection to Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One are much higher for games like Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag than on the current generation of consoles.
As many of you know the release of Far Cry 3 has been delayed, but pending no further delays the game will ship December 4 in North America and November 29 in Europe. This gives you quite some time to make the necessary upgrades to your system for Ubisoft’s latest game. Just like the first two games you are back on a tropical island with lush environments, dense jungles and lots of enemies. Ubisoft has just released the minimum, recommended and high performance specifications for Far Cry 3 and we have them below.
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