We don’t know whether we should be happy with this news or not. Nvidia and Activision announced a new technical partnership. According to the green team, NVIDIA developers are on-site at Infinity Ward, working hand in hand with Activision’s developers to ramp up the quality and fidelity of the game’s Sub D tessellation, displacement mapping and HDR lighting.
Nvidia will help Infinity Ward implement TXAA and PhysX support in Call of Duty: Ghosts. And at this point we begin wondering whether this PhysX support will be as a performance killer as the one we witnessed in The Bureau XCOM Declassified.
In similar news, Activision and Infinity Ward announced that Call of Duty: Ghosts PC will support dedicated servers.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is currently scheduled for a November 5th release on PC, PS3 and X360. The game will also hit PS4 and Xbox One!
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