Nvidia spends $5 Million to Optimize New Ubisoft Game titles, Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed 5 Watch Dogs
The eco-friendly graphics giant Nvidia is placed to optimize approaching Ubisoft game titles for $5 million.
Graphics giant, NVIDIA, allegedly spent 5 million dollars for the opportunity to optimize Watch Dogs and Assassins’ Creed 5 two approaching game titles from Ubisoft.
Formerly, some demos with 4K texture resolutions leaked from NVIDIA as the organization together with competitor AMD, have stated that the way forward for PC gaming is within ultra-high-resolution textures and assets.
The offer is made included in NIVIDIA’s The Way In Which It’s Intended To Be Performed initiative and also the NVIDIA Independent Software Relationship.
Meanwhile, AMD has allegedly spent hard earned dough to optimize EA DICE’s Battleground 4, the follow up towards the super awesome Battleground 3, that was an element of the recent Humble Origin Bundle. Battleground 4 may also be the very first game to aid AMD’s new Mantle API. This really is going counter towards the earlier announcement from EA that states Battleground 4 optimizations wouldn’t be only at AMD hardware.
In either case, the following crop of AAA game titles is shaping up to become a boon for PC gamers, who’ve lengthy been plagued with poorly enhanced ports of console models.