A graphic update was available for the PC version of the space shooter “EVE: Valkyrie”. It is to enable the Ultra settings on certain GeForce graphics cards.
For the PC version of the space magazine “EVE: Valkyrie” a graphic update was released, which can not be used by every player. Because it is dedicated to owners of certain GeForce graphics cards, which can expect some improvements. You are now able to enable an Ultra option.
The Ultra options of “EVE: Valkyrie” are available to all owners of a GeForce GTX 1070, 1080 or 1080 Ti. This affects the graphics as well as the performance of the game. Supported are the new MSGAA technology for improved edge smoothing and the volumetric illumination, which is to create a more realistic space ambience with the help of complex light beams.
Other components of the new update include a variety of minor changes such as improved shaders and reflections. “In order to be able to withstand the increased system requirements of the Ultra options, players with a graphics card from the GTX 10 series are now also benefiting from the VRWorks Lens Matched Shading Technology (LMS),” Nvidia said.
This method calculates the game according to the specification of the graphics card manufacturer “pass-accurate for the actual image displayed in the VR headset”. It is therefore not necessary to adjust an image too large for the headset. “With this method, players can increase their performance by up to 30 percent, so they can try out the new Ultra settings without any problems,” concludes.