In a very interesting move Ubisoft has teamed up with NVIDIA to show off the graphical power of “Rainbow Six Siege” on the Windows PC. The partnership was revealed in a video, which can be seen below, and shows just how good the game looks on a computer, assuming PC users have the correct graphic cards.

Should the user have the right equipment, “Rainbow Six Siege” on the PC should have more realistic textures and better lighting on a Windows computer, according to GameSpot. The PC version of the game can also have smoother images and less flickering compared to the console versions.

A blog post from Geforce has detailed what PC players need to get the best looking version of the upcoming first-person shooter on their computers. PC players that want the game to play at a full 60 fps, they will need the GeForce GTX 460 and 1 GB of VRAM.

Having these will let PC users play the game’s multiplayer modes at 60 fps, while the PvE Terrorist Hunt mode can be played at 30 fps. This is an interesting fact to detail, since most games that have single-player and multiplayer usually lose some graphical quality when it comes to the latter.

This is good news for PC fans of the game, though it will be interesting to see if there are any incentives for console players. As of this writing, no exclusive features for the PS4 and Xbox One versions have been named, though that could always change before the game launches.

“Rainbow Six Siege” was supposed to come out last month, but was delayed, presumably to remove any bugs or glitches that might plague the game. To make up for this, a beta test for the game will be starting this week, so the developers can gather fan feedback for the title before release.

The shooter based on the work of the late Tom Clancy will be available next month for the PS4, Xbox One and PC, just in time for the holiday season. Ubisoft has stated that “Rainbow Six Siege” could be the company’s best-selling shooter and might even do better numbers than the incredibly successful “Far Cry 4.”

Rainbow Six Siege NVIDIA GameWorks Trailer (Credit: YouTube/NVIDIA)