Ubisoft and Nvidia have released a new Watch Dogs trailer designed to show off the high-end graphics that will be available to those with a fancy PC.
In the video, engineer Paul Vlasie talks about how Nvidia and Ubisoft Montreal have worked together to add the hardware maker's HBAO+ tech, designed to create more realistic shadows, and its fancy TXAA anti-aliasing effects.
"We really want to make sure PC gamers will be able to enjoy and explore the most realistic and visually stunning world environment ever created," Vlasie says.
Over the weekend, Ubisoft also confirmed the minimum and recommended PC specs for Watch Dogs. If you haven't seen them yet, well, there's a good chance you might have to consider an upgrade if you're looking to play with the graphics settings cranked up.
Ubisoft also reportedly said earlier this week that it was targeting a resolution of 1080p on the PlayStation 4, but made no reference of the goal for Xbox One.
How do you think the video stacks up with previous trailers for the game?
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