NVIDIA Shows off Borderlands 2 Running on a GeForce GTX Graphics Card

NVIDIA has released a tech demo of Borderlands 2 running on the max settings using their GeForce GTX graphics card.  To be honest with you the footage looks amazing, but considering that all of the trailers that have been released so far were probably also running on a PC, I’m not so sure if you’ll be able to realize the graphical fidelity gain via this new trailer.  I can tell you that I played this game at E3 on a PC, and it looked retina-meltingly awesome (I make up words).  PC gamers you should check out the NVIDIA preview of Borderlands 2 below.  You’ve been hoping your lowly console version looks just as crisp…

Loaded with NVIDIA’s GPU-accelerated PhysX technology, the video shows you the incredible effects you can witness in Borderlands 2 when gaming on a GeForce GTX system. Creatures, such as the Crystalisk, spew simulated fluids comprised of hundreds of thousands of particles, allowing explosions and physical interactions to manipulate them after the fact, rendering an unprecedented level of detail previously unseen on any platform. Our GPU-accelerated PhysX technology enables the dynamic, realistic movement of flags, banners, and tarps that react and tear realistically when taking weapons fire, and weapons generate particle fluids, sparks and debris that add extra explosive action to your visceral gaming experience. Borderlands 2 is available September 18th, and for a limited each GeForce GTX 660 Ti sold at a participating retailer or e-tailer includes a free Steam copy of the game: Enjoy!

Borderlands 2 Running on a GeForce GTX Video Card with Max Settings [HD]

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