NVIDIA has been showing off GameWorks 2014 at the Game Developers Conference this year and announced initial compatibility with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Daylight. The company has now added a number of other games to that list including Titanfall, Warface, and the Unreal Engine 4. Titanfall will receive TXAA and HBAO+ for improved anti-aliasing and more life like shadows. Warface uses GameWorks tools PhysX and VisualFX to provide "engine exhaust, smoke from explosions, dust from falling debris and spinning helicopter rotors can interact with the rest of the environment, both static and dynamic." Epic Games is building support for NVIDIA GameWorks into the Unreal Engine 4, "making it easier for UE4 licensees to take advantage of our technology."