Get Free Ubisoft Games On The Purchase Of NVIDIA GPUs
If you are a gaming fan and going to upgrade your PC then you will be pleased with this latest promotional activity for Nvidia in which they had stated that they are going to giveaway free Ubisoft games to PC gamer’s who buys their latest GPUs.
As a part of “Pick Your Path” promotion activity which kicks off this week and runs to the end of the year, gamer’s who purchase a qualifying GeForce GTX GPU, including a GeForce GTX 980, 970, 780 Ti, or 780 graphics card or a notebook with GeForce GTX 980M or 970M get their choice of which title–The Crew, Far Cry 4 or Assassin’s Creed Unity–to add to their library for free. In India, this offer is available via leading channel partners and top e-tailers.
If you purchase any of above GPUs then you will be entitles to get games like Assassin’s Creed® Unity, Far Cry® 4 and The Crew™. As of now none of these games have been shipped so its a nice opportunity for gamers who wanna upgrade their PC and try these hottest games.
Assassin’s Creed Unity will feature HBAO+ (Horizon Based Ambient Occlusion), TXAA (Temporal Anti-Aliasing), PCSS (Percentage Closer Soft Shadows), and tessellation technologies, as per some news it also support 60fps, Far Cry 4, will also support HBAO+, TXAA, PCSS and enhanced 4K support, Far Cry 4 also integrates NVIDIA HairWorks and Godrays technologies.
Last but not least The Crew which is one of the most popular racing games, it make use of HBAO+ and TXAA and enhanced 4K support, which basically means 4K rendering has been tested and performance optimizations are in place to make it more usable. The Crew also comes with an Android app which lets you tinker with your ride before playing it live, chat remotely, browse friend profiles, and send your crew on jobs.
Jean-Francois St.Amour, Lead Graphics Programmer at Ubisoft Montreal said :-
“NVIDIA has worked hard, hand-in-hand with our development teams, to help provide the best experience for our PC players, Their support and insight is even more important now, as we make a big technological leap into the next-generation of Assassin’s Creed games.”