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Rockstar Packs Two NVIDIA GameWorks Technologies Into Grand Theft Auto V

Category: Gaming
Posted: 10:15PM

Grand Theft Auto V will surely keep many PC gamers satisfied for a long while, and it is the PC version that is considered the definitive version of the game. It has some jaw-dropping visuals, more life to the world than the console versions, and is probably one of the games that may make people pick up a 4K screen. Rockstar has shown the PC version off at assorted press events, with demo systems packing a pair of GeForce GTX 980s in SLI, which is something NVIDIA is rather happy about. GTA V also makes use of two NVIDIA GameWorks technologies: Percentage Closer Soft Shadows (PCSS) and TXAA. PCSS adds realistic soft shadows to the mix, while TXAA enables film-style anti-aliasing to reduce crawling and flickering seen in motion.

So we have some GameWorks technologies and demo systems showing off the PC version of GTA V with SLI GTX 980s. Add in the Game Ready Driver, and it's a small wonder why NVIDIA is happy about the game. And really, all PC gamers should be happy to have GTA V on the system it was always meant for.

Source: NVIDIA Blog

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