Since Ghost Recon: Wildlands‘ release date is scheduled for next week, Ubisoft has decided to release a PC trailer dedicated to showing off the different graphics features and how the forthcoming tactical shooter will look with an unlocked frame rate. The footage released by the publisher and developer was captured on a Geforce GTX card, and fans can toggle the settings to watch the Ghost Recon: Wildlands trailer at 60 FPS and with a resolution of up to 4K.
As seen in the trailer below, Ubisoft has included a wide variety of different technical features that will help Ghost: Recon Wildlands‘ visuals look much better such as HBAO+ – which causes shadows to look more realistic – volumetric lighting, and “turf tech” that gives the grass an added level of verisimilitude and causes it to respond authentically to the wind and when the Ghosts are on foot. Furthermore, Ubisoft confirms that Wildlands uses Nvidia’s capturing tool, Ansel, allowing players to record and share their gameplay.
Also in the video, Ubisoft explains that Ghost Recon: Wildlands on PC has an uncapped frame rate, in addition to “dozens” of various video options and presets. Those wondering if their rigs will be able to handle the purported graphical might of Wildlands would do well to check out the forthcoming game’s PC specs right here.
While Ghost Recon: Wildlands should look more marvelous on PC as compared to its console counterparts, at least fans on all platforms will be able to receive the same post-launch content once they’ve burned through the title’s base game. As it happens, Ubisoft recently provided details regarding the tactical shooter’s DLC pass and free PvP elements that are set to come out sometime after the day one release of Wildlands.
Bearing all of this in mind, it’s no wonder why Ghost Recon: Wildlands is being considered by many as one of the most highly anticipated video games of 2017, for not only will it provide sumptuous graphics on PC, but also an expansive open world ripe for exploring and solid post-launch content for all platforms. Hopefully, for the sake of Ubisoft, the 6.8 million players who helped Wildlands break the company’s record for most total users hosted during a beta phase will go on to purchase a full copy of the title.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is set to launch on March 7, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: Ubisoft US – YouTube