GameWorks Partnership Renewed By Ubisoft and Nvidia For New Titles

By   /   Jun 5, 2014

Ubisoft and Nvidia have come to agreement to renew partnership of GameWorks for the upcoming PC games Assassin’s Creed: Unity, The Division, Far Cry 4 and The Crew.

In this partnership, Nvidia will work directly with the developers at Ubisoft to improve visuals of the games with help of company’s hardware.

Tony Key, Ubisoft’s senior vice president of sales and marketing said:

Working with NVIDIA has enabled us to bring an enhanced gameplay experience to our PC players. We look forward to continuing our partnership with NVIDIA on our biggest upcoming titles.

On the other hand, AMD has openly criticized this partnership saying that it presents threat to the gamers and our company.

Recently, Ubisoft released its highly anticipated title Watch Dogs, which was supposed to take powerful PCs to its limit with its incredible visuals, but nothing like that remotely happened, which left many players utterly disappointed.

Even the high end PCs couldn’t provide the experience that players were hoping for, after watching the gameplay demo shown at E3 2012.

In addition to that, Watch Dogs PC experienced authentication problems on launch day as many owners of the game couldn’t get their hands on the game due to poor service from Uplay.

However, Ubisoft has been working on to fix the issues with Watch Dogs and hopefully the upcoming projects that are being worked on with the help of GameWorks partnership will live up to the expectation visually.

Source: Forbes

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