Petroglyph announced today that it is bringing NVIDIA 3D Vision support to its eagerly anticipated Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game, Rise of Immortals at launch. PC gamers with a NVIDIA GeForce 8-series or higher graphics processing unit (GPU) and compatible 3D Vision ready display will be ready to play Rise of Immortals in 3D when the game is released this summer.
As with most games, players will simply enable the option in the game’s graphic settings and put on a pair of 3D Vision glasses for an immersive out-of-screen experience with the game’s eye-popping graphics. The point of the native support is that the game won’t have any ghosting or 3D incompatibility issues.
Steve Wetherill, executive producer of the game said:
“Creating beautiful, highly intricate setting and characters was one of our goals from the beginning with Rise of Immortals. But adding NVIDIA’s 3D Vision technology on top of it provides a new level of immersion, and makes Rise of Immortals stand out among other MOBA-style games.”
Rise of Immortals is a free-to-play, micro-transaction-based online game that will be available via direct download later this year.
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