Rare's Sea of Thieves is an entertaining multiplayer pirate romp, and even though it's a way off from release it's already got a ton of PC features, including out of the box 21:9 support. Learn more in this developer interview.
Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light were incredible games, and fantastic showcases for the power of the PC (and your GeForce GTX graphics cards when Ultra settings and GameWorks effects were enabled). Now Metro's back with Metro: Exodus, featuring massive levels and above-ground gameplay. Learn more from Jon Bloch, the game's Executive Producer.
Bungie finally makes its long-awaited return to PC with Destiny 2, and veteran PC players can expect all the quality of life features they've come to expect on the platform. Learn more in this developer interview.
The NVIDIA E3 2017 booth is besieged by gamers looking to play Destiny 2 at 4K 60 FPS, and to also other upcoming games that are running on GeForce GTX 1080 Ti PCs and Max-Q laptops. If you weren't able to attend the show, take a look at the booth in this quick vid.
XCOM 2 is expanding in exciting and interesting new ways later this year. Find out more about the "War of the Chosen" expansion pack in this developer interview video filmed at the NVIDIA booth on the E3 2017 show floor.
Our NVIDIA GeForce presenters got a private demo of Destiny 2, running on GeForce GTX 1080 Ti PCs in 4K, at max settings, at 60 FPS. Check out this video to see what they thought of the game, and to see some fresh direct feed mouse and keyboard gameplay.
SpellForce III is on its way to release later this year. This old school inspired RPG blends genres to create a unique experience filled with looting, character upgrading, base-building, and even army management.
Only one player can walk out alive in "The Darwin Project", a stylized "Hunger Games" that targets fun over realism, and has another player control the arena. Learn more in this energetic developer interview.