Titanfall: DSR, G-SYNC, HBAO+, SLI & TXAA Combine To Deliver The Definitive Experience

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Titanfall looks and plays best on PC with superior textures and effects, and the ability to game on 144Hz G-SYNC monitors, which eliminate stuttering and screen tearing as you parkour at breakneck speeds. Now, Titanfall looks even better with the addition of HBAO+ and TXAA NVIDIA GameWorks effects, courtesy of the Frontier Defense update, which also adds an exciting four-player co-op mode that sees pilots battling for survival against waves of AI enemies.

With the addition of TXAA, Titanfall’s maps become smoother and clearer thanks to the removal of temporal aliasing, the unsightly flickering and shimmering of anti-aliased edges and objects, making identification and pacification of enemies considerably easier. Meanwhile, HBAO+ focuses on improving realism through the addition of realistic soft shadows, which can be found throughout the game world where two or more objects or surfaces meet.

To amp up your graphics even further, download the new GeForce Game Ready driver and activate Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) to receive up to 4K-quality graphics on your HD monitor. How it works is simple: compatible games, such as Titanfall, are rendered at a higher, more detailed resolution, and the image intelligently shrunk back down to the resolution of your monitor using a custom-made filter, giving you up to 4K-quality graphics on your screen. The video below explains more, and our GeForce Game Ready 344.48 WHQL driver article details how to activate this must-have enhancement.

With support for DSR, HBAO+, TXAA, G-SYNC, GameStream, ShadowPlay, and SLI, Titanfall looks and plays better than ever before, and with the introduction of the free Frontier Defense horde mode now’s the perfect time to jump back into the fast-paced action of Respawn’s entertaining first-person shooter.