The PC version of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will launch with exclusive features to help you customize and optimize the experience for your rig. These include PC benchmark tools, extended graphics settings, AMD FSR 2 and DLSS support, and more.
Frontiers of Pandora will support ray-traced reflections and shadows. As you’d expect, the PC version allows you to tweak its appearance using a variety of extended graphics options, such as spot shadows, diffuse reflection quality, and sun contact shadows. AMD FSR 2 is supported, but it’s unknown if the recently announced FSR 3 will receive support in the future. DLSS will also be available at launch for those with the necessary Nvidia hardware, although the specific version was not shared. The game will launch with built-in benchmark tools to help you see the effects of your tweaks on performance and visual quality.
Ubisoft says the game will allow for most resolutions and aspect ratios, including ultrawide monitors and high-resolution, multi-monitor setups. Frontiers of Pandora will take advantage of high-core count processors, but it has reportedly been optimized for a variety of rigs. Ubisoft claims that the game will run with a low latency and stable frame rate across a range of builds, though no tech demos or system requirements have been released yet. You can watch a video showing off some of these features above.
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