Batman Arkham Knight NVIDIA GameWorks Video Shows Stunning Graphics and Effects
NVIDIA has released a stunning new video of the PC version of Batman Arkham Knight, which showcases the effects NVIDIA GameWorks brings to the title.
You can watch the video below:
Smoke and fog react to the movement in the fight scenes, including when a box is thrown or part of the floor blows up into piece. Paper debris gets kicked around as Batman takes on all the baddies. Enhanced rain allows the rain to naturally bead off when coming into contact with Batman and his cape.
It’s Batman Arkham Knight, The Way It’s Meant to Be Played.
GameWorks Technology shown in the video:
- Interactive Fog and Smoke:
- Interactive Paper Debris
- PhysX Destruction
- Enhanced Rain
While there is no doubt that the NVIDIA GameWorks effects do look exceptional, Batman Arkham Knight will surely look stunning on AMD hardware as well, and a lot better than the console footage we have seen so far. It is quite apparent in the video that the latest iteration of the Arkham franchise does take advantage of the more powerful PC hardware to provide one very special experience.
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