Electronic Arts is gearing up for the release of Anthem, its upcoming shared-world shooter slated for late February. Positioned among the publisher's top new franchises, the loot-driven class-based gameplay is already proving promising. And with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) currently underway in Las Vegas, NVIDIA has kicked off 2019 with a sleek 4K Anthem trailer.
The new trailer highlights a partnership between NVIDIA and Electronic Arts, highlighting luscious open-world locales backed by its latest technology. Anthem will support deep learning supersampling (DLSS), NVIDIA's latest rendering technology, across its 2000-series graphics cards too.
As a part of the CES 2019 lineup, NVIDIA has unveiled new GPU bundles for Anthem and Battlefield V. Purchasing select GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 2080 GPUs for desktops and laptops rewards both games, while GeForce RTX 2070 or 2060 GPU buyers receive one chosen title. For more details, check NVIDIA's dedicated page for the deal.
Anthem is set for a February 22, 2019 release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, priced at $59.99.
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