Since Ghost Recon Wildlands is going to be releasing on March 7, next Tuesday, PC gamers are going to have a lot of fun. A recently released Ghost Recon Wildlands Nvidia effects video has shown off how an Nvidia graphics card can really bring out the hidden beauty of Bolivia itself.
Wildlands is going to be taking players through the wildlands of the South American country, which is dominated by powerful drug cartels. Your Ghost team is being sent in to bring down the cartels, which gives you a great chance to see all the beauty that Bolivia has to offer.
The country is filled with rolling mountains, salt flats, tall grass, dense jungles, and more, all of which the Ghost Recon Wildlands Nvidia effects will be helping to make better.
Whether it’s the 4K resolution and 60 frames per second dazzling you, or the turf tech, the god rays, and more, Nvidia will be working overtime in the game.
The same sort of engine was previously used in another Ubisoft title, Far Cry 4, which took place in the Himalayan mountains. Now it has been put to good use for the game’s version of Bolivia, and the game looks much better visually with all of its graphic options turned on.
In order to make the game even better, Ubisoft has also removed the framerate cap, instead making it an option. With all of this together, the Ghost Recon Wildlands Nvidia effects will also allow players to take beautiful screenshots of the game’s landscape, no matter where you are.
Ghost Recon Wildlands comes out on March 7 on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC. While the game will likely look better on the PC (as most games do), hopefully the other two consoles aren’t going to be left out in the cold when Wildlands releases.