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Atomic Heart, a new trailer shows all the graphics power of the engine with Ray Tracing ...

In the past few hours, NVIDIA has released an exclusive trailer of Atomic Heart on its YouTube channel which shows all the graphics power of the game engine of the title developed by the Mundfish studio. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FndjDVw72sg&feature=emb_logo&ab_channel=NVIDIAGeForce The ...
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The Medium, developer revealed Ray Tracing requirements

The Bloober Team guys have decided to make known a detailed scheme on the use of Ray Tracing within The Medium. The target of the new Microsoft exclusive is obviously that of 30 fps. Without too many ...
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The Medium shows itself in a long gameplay

The Medium, probably the most anticipated title of the month of January, has returned to show itself in a long gameplay of about 14 minutes in which an interesting technical sector is highlighted and ...
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Ray Tracing working on SNES through a modified cartridge

When we hear about Ray Tracing, we all think of a technology that is so advanced that it requires hardware with very high specifications in order to manage the amount of calculations required. Well, someone managed to ...
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Cyberpunk 2077, updated the hardware requirements of the PC version

About a couple of months ago the publication of the minimum and recommended requirements to be able to use Cyberpunk 2077 on PC aroused the curiosity of many. The developers decided to share two configurations ...

Watch Dogs Legion, performance on Xbox Series S

How much Xbox Series S will be able to offer is a matter of great debate in these days that separate us from the new generation of home consoles. In these minutes the performances of ...

Watch Dogs: Legion, dynamic 4K to allow Ray Tracing on Xbox Series X

After the multiple controversies around the PlayStation 5 world that emerged yesterday, there seems to be some for Microsoft and its Xbox Series X. Watch Dogs: Legion does not seem to keep expectations ...
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Fortnite will have ray tracing and DLSS

As promised a few days ago, Fortnite will soon be much more aesthetically pleasing. At last week's RTX 3000 GPU unveiling event, Nvidia and Epic that ray tracing and DLSS technologies would be ...
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World of Warcraft - Added support for Raytracing

A few days ago Blizzard started the Closed Alpha period for the latest expansion of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands. The latest update added support for graphics options dedicated to RayTracing. According to the first reports, the ...
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AMD shows the possible rendering of ray tracing on Xbox and future GPUs

AMD, shortly after the official presentation of Microsoft's DirectX 12 Ultimate, released a video showing a tech demo of RDNA 2 ray tracing technology. The demo in question was ...
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World of Warcraft: Shadowlands could support Ray Tracing

A few days ago Blizzard announced World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, the eighth expansion for the most popular MMORPG of all time, but apparently the evolution of this title will not only concern the contents. The...
Dying Light 2

The world of Dying Light 2 will be four times the size of the first chapter

In the past few hours, Techland's Chief Technology Officer, Pawel Rohleder, gave an interesting interview to NVIDIA, where he talks about the gigantic game world that the development team is building in Dying Light ...

[gamescom 2019] Report of the Nvidia showcase

Gamescom starts tomorrow but already today we had our work cut out. In addition to the ASUS press conference, we participated in the Nvidia showcase focused on the titles that will implement Ray Tracing in ...
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, everything you need to know

If yesterday was the day of Death Stranding, today is certainly the day of the new chapter of the most famous FPS saga in the world: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Along with the release of the trailer, they are ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood will support NVIDIA ray tracing and Adaptive Shading

In the past few hours, NVIDIA and Bethesda have announced that Wolfenstein: Youngblood will support real-time ray tracing and Adaptive Shading, which will improve overall performance. The game is therefore added to the ...
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New Nvidia drivers - Ray-tracing for almost everyone

Nvidia has officially released the first set of drivers that allows ray tracing to be supported even on non-RTX boards, ie those belonging to the GTX 10 and 11 series. But...

Sony sued for digital "monopoly"

Two years ago, Sony stopped selling download codes for its games at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. Now...

Xbox Vice President: "We've always sold our consoles at a loss"

Let's go back to the Epic vs Apple case. During the hearing between the two giants, Epic's lawyer Wes Earnhardt called the vice president to testify ...

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