Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Reveals Ray Tracing, Ultra-Wide Support, AMD FSR 2, NVIDIA DLSS, and Other PC Features

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Ubisoft has shared a new trailer for Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora that shows off many of the features that players will find in the PC version of Massive Entertainment’s new game, available on December 7, 2023, on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Amazon Luna. Some of the highlights include ray-traced reflections and shadows, support for ultra-wide resolutions and upscaling technologies (i.e., AMD FSR 2 and NVIDIA DLSS), and optimizations for high-core-count CPUs. A benchmark tool is also included with the game to help players optimize their experience on Pandora.

Raytracing and Extended Graphic Settings

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will include raytraced reflections and shadows for more immersive environmental exploration, and extended graphic settings that allow for granular tweaks to a multitude of visuals such as environment reflection quality, and distant shadows.

PC Benchmark Tools Included

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will include its PC benchmark tools, which will allow players to test out their hardware in a variety of different ways to optimize their experience.

AMD FSR Technology, Resolution and Ratio Adaptability

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will utilize AMD’s FSR 2 technology so players can fine-tune visual quality and performance, and it will be able to handle most resolution and aspect ratios; including ultra-wide screens. The game will also support DLSS at launch.

A Smooth Experience, High Core Count Processors

Finally, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will deliver a smooth experience, stable FPS, and low latency in all resolutions. Players can even expect a higher frame rate with the right settings and latest hardware.

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