Rift version of Myst sequel obduction supports Nvidia’s smp technology

Jun

17

2016

Obduction will be playable on Fri Oculus Rift and is probably the first game that Nvidia’s simultaneous multi-projection technology supports. This feature of the GeForce GTX 1000 cards should provide a significant performance gain in VR mode.

Nvidia has at E3 announced it obduction can use mp. The game comes on July 26, and presumably it is thus the first game to utilize the technology of the new GeForce cards. The game will be released on Steam, GOG, the Mac App Store and the Oculus Store. It is not known whether the VR version is exclusive to the Oculus Rift.

The GTX 1080 GTX and 1070 are the first and currently the only video cards smp support . According to Nvidia technology delivers a great performance advantage in VR games. That’s because the image of VR display is actually rendered too large by the deformation of the lenses. With simultaneous multi-projection, it is possible only to render the necessary pixels. In theory, this provides a speed doubling on. The technology is part of the gameworks- and vrworks-sdk Nvidia and game makers have to deploy to users here benefit from seeing.

Develop Studio Cyan started a Kickstarter campaign in 2013 for the spiritual sequel to Myst. It has raised over $ 1.3 million. At the time, the plan was to release the game end of 2015, but that has been postponed. It is an adventure puzzle game in first-person perspective made ​​with Unreal Engine 4. The game will cost $ 29.99, a euro price is not yet known.

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