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NVIDIA provides early look at PhysX with Mirror's Edge - Video Demonstration - PhysX enabled and disabled

NVIDIA lifts the curtain on its exclusive PhysX techology for the upcoming blockbuster PC game; Mirror's Edge.

| Editorials in Video Cards | Posted: Dec 8, 2008 5:00 am

Video Demonstration - PhysX enabled and disabled

 

Along with the slides, NVIDIA also provided us with a video demonstration of PhysX enabled and disabled in Mirror's Edge.

 

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You can also download the HD 720p version of the video, which we uploaded to our server, right here. It weighs in at about 88MB and is well worth the download for a more detailed close-up version of the embedded video above.

 

Final Thoughts

 

Here NVIDIA has given us all an early look at Mirror's Edge and what its PhysX technology does for the upcoming game due out early next year.

 

The differences shown in the video with PhysX enabled and disabled is rather eye opening. With all of the effects disabled, Mirror's Edge looks like a game from a few years ago, but turn on PhysX along with all its realism and it really makes all the difference from what we've seen so far.

 

We hope you enjoyed this very brief look at Mirror's Edge with PhysX.

 

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