New Watch Dogs PC details: Ultra specs revealed, Nvidia Tech footage running on i7-3930K/GeForce Titan, no TXAA for AMD

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Ubisoft’s Jonathan Morin has revealed some interesting details regarding their upcoming open world hacking game, Watch Dogs. The details are related to game’s PC port and its about the specification to run the game at Ultra Setting and at what specs recently released “Watch Dogs Nvidia Tech” trailer was running.

Watch DogsJonathan first stated, “We expect a lot of different specs to run the game at a high. But here are the ultra specs for the few who have them and ask for it…” and added: “.Ultra specs : Intel Core i7-4770K with a GeForce 780”

He went on to reveaed that Watch Dogs Nvidia Tech trailer was running on PC with specification: ” Intel Core i7-3930K with a GeForce Titan IIRC.”

Furthermore, Morin confirmed that players who use AMD video-card won’t be able to following features: “Nvidia’s TXAA (Temporal Anti-Aliasing).

“Some AMD users asked for info: The only feature not available to AMD is Nvidia TXAA. HBAO+, although developed by Nvidia, also works on AMD.” tweeted Morin.

Last but not the least, Morin explained why Watch Dogs is different from other open world games already available on retail shelves. He stated: “I think the biggest difference is how you interact with the world through hacking, profiling & seamless online. Pretty much everything in the game is structured around our hyper-connected city. This brings your brain to consider very different solutions in all situations. It makes you think/play in a very fresh/new ways.”

Watch Dogs is scheduled to launch on May 27 for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3. Wii U version is not yet dated. You can take a look at Watch Dogs Nvidia Tech trailer below.

Ubisoft has already confirmed that Watch Dogs on PS4 will run in full HD i.e 1080p, however no details was revealed about Xbox One port. The only official words we have on Xbox One version is that “it feels right, constant frame-rate, great visuals”.