Have you ever been the victim of inopportune timing? Has your family demanded that you do something immediately even though you are in the middle of a non-pausable game? Have you ever had your body just force you to go to the bathroom or get food? Well if you answered yes to any of these questions or to all of them then you are in luck because GeForce has announced the GTX G-Assist to help you with the harsh realities of life that occur for most gamers.
The GeForce GTX G-Assist uses the latest and greatest artificial intelligence that NVIDIA has to offer with the hopes of revolutionizing gaming and eliminating AFKs. The Geforce GTX G-Assist is packed with deep learning algorithms that use the power of your Geforce GPU to assist you when you need to AFK. Just plug it in and reap the rewards.
With Geforce GhostPlay, players can walk away from the computer while this mode is enabled. The AI watches how you play and can mimic your usual actions. Players can adjust the AI’s Action per minutes. Want it to be more aggressive or defensive then choose how it plays between play style, language filter, and taunts/ emotes. Relax and enjoy a slice of pizza or a cold beer while your teammates still worship the ground you walk on due to your amazing skills.
Are you having trouble defeating that one enemy that just continues to give you a headache and makes you lose all your hard-earned experience? Well, worry no more because with Boss Boost the AI will help you come up with the best strategy to take on the hardest enemies. Players need to be cautious on when to use this option because it is only available once per game. When using boss boost, the AI will turn on Shadow Play so that you can share your glorious moment and victory with all your friends.
The Nvidia Nurture app can help you maintain your health in order to achieve peak gaming performance. Nurture orders you food, restocks GeForce GTX ENERGY drink, and even purchases gifts for your significant other; it’s a digital assistant that has you in mind.
Can nurture replace Amazon’s Alexa or Apple’s Siri? Will you use the GeForce GTX G-Assist to watch games more than play them or will you only use it for only those dire times?