What’s the section if we playing a much expensive sandbox RPG if you can not make each monster/dam villian look like they’ve stepped out of a L’Oreal advert? Fortunately—for Nvidia owners at least—a new ‘Game Ready’ driver has been released for GeForce cards, designed to optimise and conquer over the performance when using Hair Works and similar graphical additions.
Check out some of the NVIDIA GameWorks effects integrated in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt! Over three-dozen animals and monsters feature NVIDIA HairWorks for stunningly realistic fur and hair that moves with the creatures movement as well as environmental effects such wind. Clothing on the monsters and Geralt move naturally even in the midst of battle. Flags, banners, and drapes that décor the towns buildings wave in the wind or with Geralt’s swinging sword nearby. When Geralt unleashes his powers, debris flies about the scene. Enjoy The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt the Way It’s Meant to Be Played.
For AMD users, CD Projekt Red advise against enabling HairWorks and similar, stating that it may result in “unsatisfactory performance”.
GameWorks Technology shown in the video:
• Geralt’s Clothing
• Flags, Draperies, Banners, Curtains
• Boat sails
• Geralt’s hair and beard
• Monsters hair
• Bears, Wolves, Horses
• And much more!
• More accurate, more detailed Ambient Occlusion shadowing in every scene