Minecraft Is Adding Ray Tracing
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Minecraft Is Adding Ray Tracing
20 August, 2019
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Minecraft, the world’s best-selling video game with over 176 million copies sold, will now have support for real-time ray tracing on PC, NVIDIA, and Microsoft at Gamescom.

This is a free game update that will provide your world with more realistic shadows, lighting, and vibrant colors.

“Minecraft will expose ray tracing to millions of gamers of all ages and backgrounds that may not play more hardcore video games,” said Matt Wuebbling, head of GeForce marketing at NVIDIA. “The world’s best-selling video game adding ray tracing on PC illustrates the momentum that ray tracing has built in the gaming ecosystem.”

“Ray tracing sits at the center of what we think is next for Minecraft,” said Saxs Persson, franchise creative director of Minecraft at Microsoft. “GeForce RTX gives the Minecraft world a brand-new feel to it. In normal Minecraft, a block of gold just appears yellow, but with ray tracing turned on, you really get to see the specular highlight, you get to see the reflection, you can even see a mob reflected in it.”

You can get more details on the announcement here.

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