Wednesday, March 8th 2017

NVIDIA Announces Continued Support for Ghost Recon Wildlands - Ansel Support

Slight heads-up: NVIDIA has announced that it is committed to providing gamers the best possible experience in the recently released - and TPU reviewed - Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. The company reiterated its complete support for the game with its Game Ready drivers (version 378.66). However, NVIDIA is counting on launching a new Game Ready driver later this week, which will "introduce Ansel support for Ghost Recon Wildlands as well as some other surprises for gamers."
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10 Comments on NVIDIA Announces Continued Support for Ghost Recon Wildlands - Ansel Support

#1
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
well, i guess this will be my xmas gift! $129 for the complete game + season pass and shit...
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#2
Ferrum Master
peche said:
well, i guess this will be my xmas gift! $129 for the complete game + season pass and shit...
I guess it should be packed with a new GPU... well... there is soon time to upgrade later this year.
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Prima.Vera
WTH is this game receiving so much attention. Is boring like hell...
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#4
Ferrum Master
Prima.Vera said:
WTH is this game receiving so much attention. Is boring like hell...
Pre Mass Effect silent time...
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#5
1c3d0g
Prima.Vera said:
WTH is this game receiving so much attention. Is boring like hell...
Boring? Hahaha...what a joke. IMO this is the best game so far since Far Cry 4! Well, to each his own.;)
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AsRock
TPU addict
NVIDIA has announced that it is committed to providing gamers the best possible experience
Whats that supposed to mean ?, they typically don't ?. And if their logo splashes on game start up r not they should anyways.

peche said:
well, i guess this will be my xmas gift! $129 for the complete game + season pass and shit...
Watch out they may come up with another version yet, talk about milking some thing. I'll wait for their sales as i am putting with the bull.

1c3d0g said:
Boring? Hahaha...what a joke. IMO this is the best game so far since Far Cry 4! Well, to each his own.;)
Yeah but why not make 3 more versions as i don't think 6 is cutting it + season pass that probably don't count expansions.
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#7
brutlern
Ansel crashed the game in the open beta. Crashes the game in the retail version as well. I guess that's what the new "game ready" driver is supposed to do.
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#8
INSTG8R
Ferrum Master said:
Pre Mass Effect silent time...
Get out of my head! That is exactly how I justified it to myself. Had ME ordered months ago and from ME I wait for Prey. I mean my first real online gaming was with the OG Ghost Recon so have deep roots in it and I hate the decline of the series but I am enjoying this actually(Ghost Recon is not Third Person...)#NotMyGhostRecon
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#9
evernessince
Ferrum Master said:
Pre Mass Effect silent time...
That was before Bioware went down the tube. Now I expect the chances of this mass effect being good are about as likely as a wet paper towel on a clothesline making it through a hurricane.
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peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Ferrum Master said:
I guess it should be packed with a new GPU... well... there is soon time to upgrade later this year.
i just upgraded from a GTX 680 to my current 980, i guess will skip a generation this time !

Prima.Vera said:
WTH is this game receiving so much attention. Is boring like hell...
complains a about a game that many moar likes... on a game related news post... haters gonna hate....

AsRock said:
Watch out they may come up with another version yet, talk about milking some thing. I'll wait for their sales as i am putting with the bull.
Sale time its my shopping time, i have never gotten a game at realease time, always wait like 6 months for not being screwed with drivers and crashes,
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