The Rise of the Tomb Raider getting even better graphics as it launches for Windows 10 PCs. After launching on Xbox 360 and Xbox One late last year, the game is even getting a 10% discount on the Windows Store.
Remnant Resistance Pack Goes for Free!
The Windows Store is not only featuring a discount on the game, but it also brings in the Remnant Resistance Pack for free. This is only if gamers buy Rise of the Tomb Raider by February 3rd.
The Windows Experience Blog made a post with the announcement, written by the Studio Head at Nixxes Software BV.
Lara Croft Looks Her Best Thanks to NVIDIA
The game comes with new and improved graphics for PC, with high-resolution texture and NVIDIA HBAO+ ambient occlusion. This version of the game also brings in global illumination lighting, high anisotropic filtering and displacement mapped tessellation. This is some high-level gaming right here.
There’s A Catch to These Offers
Windows 10 PCs feature the best of high-end gaming for this game. The game was built for PC using the Universal Windows Platform.
These offers are valid from 9 AM of January 28 until 11:59 PM on February 3rd, 2016. Naturally, this offer is available both in the Windows Store on Windows 10 PCs in ‘select markets’.
When Will Gaming Come to Mac Computers?
Apple hasn’t made a lot of headway in regards to gaming. The whole territory is dominated by Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo.
What’s more, Apple isn’t very much into the VR market. Microsoft has come in with the HoloLens, which has even been implemented in car technology, and Sony is soon releasing the Oculus Rift VR.
Mac computers aren’t known for gaming at all. There are a few simulators for certain consoles, but it’s not anything like what gaming is for Windows 10 PCs.
Apple is focused on other ventures, such as the Apple Car and iPhone 7. The latest Mac features a positively received retina display and is ultra thin. It weighs only 2 lbs and features amazing graphics. When will Apple bring in gaming to Macs? The company doesn’t really need the extra cash, but it’d be nice if they supported popular games like these.