Nvidia and Ubisoft have joined forces to bring the latter's games to PC with exclusive visual effects and features. The latest title to receive a boost from this program is Watch Dogs.

While no specific details about what kind of enhancements Watch Dogs will receive has been revealed, it has joined the likes of Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag to get such treatment from Nvidia.

A post on GeForce.com details the enhancements to Blacklist, which includes Nvidia TXAA, Nvidia HBAO+ and full support for Nvidia SLI. If this is any indication of the base enhancements that Ubisoft's titles will receive, then we might see Watch Dogs get a similar treatment.

For now, we'll have to wait until Nvidia releases more information about exactly what graphical enhancements and PC-exclusive features they'll add to Aiden Pearce's adventures in hacking.

Watch the video and let us know your thoughts on this PC-friendly move by Ubisoft and Nvidia.

Watch Dogs will be released on Nov. 19 for PC, PlayStation 3, Wii U and Xbox 360. The PlayStation 4 version will launch on Nov. 15, while the Xbox One version will launch at a later date.