Titanfall PC: New visual features courtesy of Nvidia GameWorks

According to reports by Nvidia GameWorks, Titanfall’s PC edition will receive full support from Nvidia as their partnership with Respawn will see the PC version boosted with cutting-edge visuals. This news comes after recent confirmation from Electronic Arts that they have secured the rights to Titanfall 2.

The deal in question is not exclusive to Microsoft formats and news of Respawn’s partnership can be seen on their official Nvidia webpage. The company states they will be, “mixing mayhem and monstrous machines in never-before-seen ways,” as they work with Respawn Entertainment in a bid to keep their “first-person shooter and multiplayer at the cutting edge of image quality.”

With Titanfall PC expected to get more eye candy with help from their collaboration with NVIDIA the aforementioned website highlights all the specifics including TXAA, which is Temporal Anti-Aliasing, and this intends to reduce crawling and flickering.

Another thing they will be working on is HBAO+, otherwise known as Horizon Based Ambient Occlusion+ and these technologies will bring more lifelike shadows in Titanfall. In addition, release updates to support high-definition 4k displays will also be available from Respawn.

In other relevant news, we recently spoke about Titanfall saving Xbox One sales as this new shooter has boosted figures when it comes to next-gen system sales, and we highlighted this going up by 96% in the UK, with consumers making the most out of the reduced Titanfall bundle.

Therefore, we would love to know whether you feel Titanfall has reinvigorated the first-person shooter genre.

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Written by Marlon Votta

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