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With all the major third-party releases coming to PC in addition to console, many still look at the platform as an afterthought. Which comes down to the marketing power of companies like Sony and Microsoft. But, the ideal setting to play titles like the upcoming Anthem, Battlefield V, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider is on PC. Especially when NVIDIA is working with development teams to ensure impressive visual fidelity.

At the EA Play showcase as an example, all playable versions of Battlefield V and Anthem were running on GeForce GTX 1080 rigs. And it's not hard to see why - high-resolution, fast and responsive controls, and visual detail at maximum. Plus, rock-solid frame-rates.

Starting with Anthem, the below demo of PC gameplay no doubt looks incredible in 4K - but it also doubles as great look at Anthem's UI and third-person combat.



Next up is a 1440p look at Battlefield V - which indeed looks amazing on a high-end rig.



And finally there's Shadow of the Tomb Raider in 4K. Which is a showcase for both lighting and Lara's hair-physics. At launch on PC it will support both NVIDIA Highlights - which allows for ShadowPlay clips to be posted direct to social media - and Ansel - the company's impressive in-game photography tool.



NVIDIA is working with the development teams on all the above titles so expect smooth performance at launch.



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