NVIDIA showcased Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV running in real-time on its new NVIDIA Volta GPU

At GTC 2017, NVIDIA revealed the first Volta GPU that is aimed at very high end of the compute market. And while a gamer/consumer GPU based on Volta won’t be coming out – most probably – until 2018, the green team showcased Square Enix’s Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV running on it.

In case you didn’t know, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is a CG movie based on Final Fantasy XV, and this tech demo features the main protagonist Nyx Ulric.

The fact that this scene runs in real-time is simply mind-blowing, even though it features only one detailed character in a somehow basic environment.


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