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Anthem for PC Supports DLSS Technology of the Nvidia RTX Series

Bioware's Anthem Game

For Nvidia it is important that more games should take advantage of the graphics technology in which they are working. It is for this reason that it allied with BioWare so that Anthem, its next project, has support for the DLSS technology of the Nvidia RTX series.

At the Nvidia conference at CES 2019, the company shared a new trailer from Anthem. In it, the company revealed that the game will take advantage of the power of the RTX series to render with “more precision and higher quality textures.” In short, it will help the game to have impressive graphics.

“We are happy to announce that we are working with Nvidia to bring DLSS Technology to Anthem,” Bioware mentioned in the video. In case you do not know, it is an acronym to refer to Deep Learning Super-Sampling, an Anti-Aliasing technique that presents artificial intelligence and deep learning to offer a better visual experience.

Also, as announced by Electronic Arts, there will be 2 ways to test Anthem before its release. The first one will be with the VIP Demo, which will start on January 25, 2019. To access this trial period you must pre-order the game or be a subscriber of Origin Access or EA Access. Keep in mind that if you are part of this demo you will be part of the group of first Freelancers that can enjoy part of the dangers that Anthem’s world will offer.

But what if you want to try Anthem before you pre-order it? For people like you, there is Public Demo. As you imagine, it is a trial version that will be available for all players who want to download it. The bad news is that you’ll have to wait until February 1 to get it.

Anthem will release on February 22 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

What do you think about it? Do you like how the game looks for PC with this technology? Tell us in the comments below.