Are you planning to hit the Wildlands on a PC with an NVIDIA video card when the game releases next Tuesday? If so, let associate development test-lead Seb talk you through a 4k 60fps video of the NVIDIA loveliness you might see, then scroll down for some new 4k screenshots.
Among other PC master-race friendly features, the game supports HBAO+ detailed shadows to ensure stunning shadowing around objects and landforms, volumetric light scattering for those glorious realistic rays, and life-like vegetation and interactive grass through (would you believe) Turf Effects simulation. NVIDIA’s Ansel Game Capture tool is also supported, ensuring you’re able to take the finest snaps of your South American sojourn.
As PC gamers themselves, the team wanted to ensure Ghost Recon Wildlands was super-tweakable: frame-rated capping is a non-default option, dozens of video preferences and presets are included, and there’s multi-monitor support and customisable controls and UI. The game settings screen has more sliders and buttons than a Mini-Burger / Fastening Supplies superstore.
Check out the new 4k PC screens below (click for the big versions, obviously!)
Ghost Recon Wildlands comes to PC, PS4 and Xbox One next Tuesday the 7th March. Stay tuned to UbiBlog for all the latest news.