Respawn Entertainment’s recently released first-person shooter, Titanfall, boasts some pretty impressive graphics as well as interesting looking gameplay. Of course if you had a PC, you could boost those graphics depending on whether or not your hardware can support it, but the good news is that according to a recent announcement by NVIDIA, they have announced a partnership with Respawn in which Titanfall is expected to receive full support from the company.
What this means is that the graphics of Titanfall for the PC could potentially be bolstered with the GameWorks feature which introduces Temporal anti-aliasing. For those unfamiliar with anti-aliasing, it basically helps to reduce motion flicker in games and movies, resulting in a smoother and more enjoyable experience.
According to NVIDIA, “TXAA creates a smooth, clear image by combining high-quality multi-sample anti-aliasing, post processes, and NVIDIA-designed filters. It’s the highest quality anti-aliasing technique out there, and delivers the stunning visuals that a groundbreaking game like Titanfall deserves.”
Titanfall for the PC will also introduce Horizon Based Ambient Occlusion+ which basically introduces more life-like shadows to the game. According to NVIDIA, “HBAO+ uses advanced algorithms to create shadows that react accurately on and around objects in Titanfall in a lifelike, non-uniform fashion. It improves on existing ambient occlusion techniques by adding richer, more detailed, more realistic shadows around objects.”
Other features that NVIDIA will be adding to the game with their support includes support for 4K displays and SLI multi-GPU technology, just to name a few. So if you have a computer gaming rig, or are planning on building a computer gaming rig, you might want to consider upping its specs so that you will be able to take full advantage of this partnership between NVIDIA and Respawn Entertainment.
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