NVIDIA just announced an in-game photography competition that allows players of Mass Effect: Andromeda on PC to put their artistry to the test by creating and sharing their best photos using NVIDIA Ansel, a revolutionary new way to capture in-game shots. The Shot With GeForce GTX Mass Effect: Andromeda Ansel contest starts today and runs through May 14, 2017.
The Mass Effect: Andromeda Ansel Contest Details
To enter, photographers have to capture an in-game photograph in Mass Effect: Andromeda with NVIDIA Ansel and share it on Facebook or Twitter by tagging @NVIDIAGeForce and using the #SHOTWITHGEFORCEGTX and #MASSEFFECT hashtags.
One Grand Prize winner will receive The Andromeda Initiative Custom PC and get their winning image posted as a free wallpaper on GeForce.com. And two Runner-Up winners will each get a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, and have their winning image posted as a free wallpaper on GeForce.com.
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NVIDIA Ansel is a revolutionary new way to capture in-game photographs. Think of Ansel as a camera that is integrated into your gaming experience that allows you to capture gameplay that was never before possible. When Ansel is supported in game, players can move the camera to any angle they desire, apply filters, use super resolution capture and even capture in 360 for viewing in VR. Read more about these features in our article – The NVIDIA Ansel In-Game Screenshot Technology Explained.
Ansel is supported in ARK: Survival Evolved, Conan Exiles, Dishonored 2, For Honor, Kona, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Obduction, Paragon, Snake Pass, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, War Thunder, Watch Dogs 2, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and The Witness. Ansel is coming soon to upcoming titles such as Lawbreakers. It is supported in the Unity Engine and in the Unreal Engine as a plug-in.
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