One of the things that fan be tough is capturing that perfect moment. A kill, a death, or just something amazing. NVIDIA has a feature that can be incorporated into games that makes it so you don't have to think about capturing that moment as it's done automatically for you.
Highlights automatically takes a screenshot or a video of something memorable that happens in the game, which you can then share to others to brag about or laugh at.
Previously, two games had this in place. Soon, four more will be able to use this technology. At GDC, NVIDIA announced that Call of Duty WWII and Tekken 7's highlighting feature is live. Later on, Dying Light: Bad Blood and Escape from Tarkov will both get this as well.
Not only will you be able to share in video, NVIDIA also introduced exporting these highlights in GIF format so you can paste these animated pics into your favorite forum or social media outlet.
To help with others wanting to incorporate this into their game, NVIDIA has released an SDK as well as releasing plugins for Unreal Engine and Unity.
Highlights has been a little slow to come to games, but we're starting to see a trickle of them into new products and maybe with the release of the SDK and plugins for two of the most popular engines out there, we'll start to see this feature more and more.