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Crytek’s Free-To-Play Shooter, Warface, Gets NVIDIA’s GameWorks Treatment

NVIDIA’s Andrew Burnes has informed us about a video that showcases the newly implemented NVIDIA GameWorks effects in Crytek’s free-to-play shooter, Warface. Via its latest update, Warface supports dynamic smoke effects, realistic turbulence, and persistent real-time PhysX particles from explosions that interact with the virtual environment as well as characters. As NVIDIA noted, owners of GTX760 graphics cards and above will be able to enable all of the game’s bells and whistles (including PhysX High). Enjoy!

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