Capture every PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds kill automatically with ShadowPlay Highlights


Thanks to Nvidia, you’ll now be able to capture every knockout, kill, and chicken dinner in your PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds games. Nvidia Geforce has expanded its ShadowPlay Highlights system to work within the survival game and automatically record your best moments.

To get the most out of your new PUBG highlight reels, check out our PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds guide.

ShadowPlay Highlights was introduced with the release of Lawbreakers on August 8. The program works with ShadowPlay to automatically record your best moments of gameplay, like beating bosses or getting killstreaks. Once they’ve been recorded, you’ll also be able to share those moments with your friends.

This video suggests that kills and knockouts will make up the bulk of what you capture. Unless, that is, you’re securing yourself regular chicken dinners – the winning moments of a game will also be recorded automatically.

The update is live now, according to a tweet from the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds developers.

If you have ShadowPlay Highlights ready to go, all you need to do is restart Steam to update the game. Otherwise, you’ll need to download the latest version of Nvidia GeForce Driver and Nvidia GeForce Experience, and then turn on Highlight Auto Capture.