Get help from Nvidia's new in-game chatbot

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Soon, anyone with an Nvidia graphics card will have access to a chatbot directly from any game. 'Project Game Assist' can make optimizing game graphics easier and offer game tips.

Soon, anyone with an Nvidia graphics card will have access to a chatbot that they can use from any game. "Project Game Assist" has the ability to ease the arduous task of optimizing your in-game graphics settings. At the same time, the chatbot may take a bite out of the work of the people who take the time to write guides and tips for your favorite games.


The name of the new AI program comes from an April Fool's joke that Nvidia made seven years ago. It was about a fake G-Assist dongle that would actually play the games for you. This new, real-life version from the company (which has gotten rich with AI) is a different type of AI. Instead of shooting your in-game enemies like the worst kind of aimbot, it will optimize your PC's graphics settings without searching each game's messy options menus.

As for playing the game for you, the chatbot also has the ability to offer advice on the latest metaverse or Crafting guides if you really don't want to bother experimenting with the game's systems. Hints of the company's plans for a chatbot were first seen this year at CES. Back then it was nothing more than a ChatGPT clone that could supposedly work on-device for those gamers with one of the newer GPUs. It was also where Nvidia, along with tech startup Convai, showed off AI NPCs that could supposedly react to users in real time.

G-Assist should be able to look at the detailed specs recorded by Nvidia's hardware and tell you how to maximize your in-game performance. In a video, the GPU manufacturer offered a few use cases, including asking the AI how to best optimize their settings to get the most out of their gaming monitor, graphics card or CPU.

In another example, the AI could generate a graph of a player's PC lag when playing Cyberpunk 2077. The AI could also change your settings for you without the player having to mess around in menus.


In one example, Nvidia showed how the AI could optimize power consumption by working to limit a game to a maximum of 60 FPS. The GPU manufacturer claimed that the AI could safely overclock a player's GPU without them necessarily knowing anything about system latency or power imbalances.

AI that has access to your PC settings will be a boon to anyone who struggles to get the most out of their computer. On the other hand, G-Assist will also offer you in-game advice. For example, you can ask the AI for the best early game weapon to craft in Ark: Survival. The AI will also have the ability to read what is happening on your screen. So the AI can offer you suggestions if you can't be bothered to figure out where to put the next skill point for your street samurai build in Cyberpunk 2077.

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