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With Watch Dogs: Legion on PC now requiring a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 to be playable in 4K Ultra with Ray-Tracing cranked all the way up. And a still-to-be-release GeForce RTX 3070 for 1440p. No doubt the update is to accommodate the latest line-up of GeForce RTX 30 series cars and the fact that Watch Dogs: Legion supports both ray-tracing and DLSS.

The game will also ship with a bench-marking tool for PC. As per the RTX Off requirements it looks like the game will scale well. As per our most recent hands-on with the game we were playing a build with ray-tracing enabled and the effect was immediate and impressive in how it made the digital London of Watch Dogs: Legion more immersive.

On PC Watch Dogs: Legion will also support an uncapped frame-rate in addition to UltraWide resolutions - it's out October 29.

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