NVIDIA PhysX Technology Licensed By 2K And EA

Posted: Dec 9 2008, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:09pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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NVIDIA has announced that its PhysX technology that brings realistic physics processing to video games has been licensed by two of the largest video game companies around -- 2K and EA. The two game publishers will integrate PhysX technology into future video game titles.

EA has shown off a video of the new game Mirrors Edge featuring PhysX effects. The effects add flapping banners, curtains, and plastic sheeting. When glass is shot the shards fly around realistically and window blinds or curtains flail about. The PhysX effects add significantly to the realism of the game.

"NVIDIA and 2K Games are dedicated to advancing technology that powers gaming," said Ujesh Desai, vice president of GeForce desktop business at NVIDIA. "We look forward to working with the leaders in the industry to bring some amazing new games to market."

Via NVIDIA

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