Nvidia's latest drivers boost performance by up to 65 percent, the GPU maker claims.
Today's a monumental day for gamers, You have the release of Nvidia's GeForce Titan graphics card, Crysis 3 is finally here, and related to them both, Nvidia has made available new WHQL drivers optimized for the aforementioned game, along with Far Cry 3, Assassin's Creed 3, and other popular titles. If you're planning to pick up Crysis 3, Nvidia says its new GeForce 314.07 drivers will improve single-GPU and multi-GPU performance by up to 4.7 percent and 65 percent, respectively.
Exciting news! Two of Ubisoft's biggest games are, in fact, launching eventually. It wasn't all some cruel, multi-million dollar practical joke after all. More specifically, Far Cry 3's going mad for madness on September 4, and Assassin's Creed 3: Goodbye, Obnoxious Subtitles is taking a stab at renewed greatness on October 30. Which would be cause for cake and pinatas shaped like Desmond's dumb face, except that Ubisoft doesn't exactly have the best history with PC and on-time release dates. Somewhat encouragingly, Assassin's Creed: Revelations only slipped one month instead of the usual three, but we're not getting our hopes up. It's not all bad, though. For instance, there's a snazzy new Far Cry 3 CGI trailer after the break, and we've done a really good job of not making fun of it for starring Nathan Drake from Uncharted yet. Wait.