During its press conference at CES 2019, Nvidia showed a video of the new game Anthem. The expected title from BioWare Studio, a subsidiary of Electronic Arts, will be able to support DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) technology on PCs equipped with RTX video cards. Technology brings antialiasing performance improvements through artificial intelligence.
The game will be available from February 22. Nvidia announced that the PC version of the game could be downloaded for free to anyone who purchased a GeForce RTX graphics card (2080 Ti, 2080, 2070 or 2060). In Italy, the offer will be available for a limited time.
“By merging traditional computer graphics and deep learning, DLSS represents the next step in performance for us,” said Jon Warner, Game Director at BioWare in a post on Nvidia’s blog. “We are excited to partner with Nvidia to bring RTX technology to Anthem.”
Anthem, the new Bioware title, will also make its debut on consoles (Xbox One and PlayStation 4) on February 22. It will be possible to test the game in preview mode thanks to the release of a demo, which will be available from January 25 to 27 for VIP users, i.e. those who have reserved the title and also for all EA and Origin Access subscribers.
From February 1-3, the Anthem demo will be accessible to everyone on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Origin.
Watch the trailer for Anthem: