Metro Exodus includes RTX, Hairworks and Advanced PhysX
Hex highlighted side-by-side information about introduction of GamesFor GeForce RTX 20 Series on August 20 already. Three AAA games were that the NVIDIA used to highlight the possibilities that could have reached the gamers on the RTX. Wild Field, Shadow Tomb Rider, and Metro Exodus. RTX’s performance in the first two titles is in the examination of separate articles and now, through German language, PCGamesHardware.de, Metro Exodus is its turn in unsympathetic limelight.
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Where the Metro Exodus NVIDIA RTX-ray inspection effect has increased in the context of our special tech video where the GeForce Blog will be ahead of discussion about the third-party third-party attacks in Metro Exodus. See ” It claims that the Ray Track Global Illusion provides “extremely superior natural light”, and ray-tracked constraints increase “pixel-shadow of perfect touch where things have spread light”.
The above video plays a pledge on visual quality but we do not get the basic frame performance and any such official indication.
PCGamesHardware.de yesterday analyzed their hands with game com. It begins when defining the game, and the main metro exposure is not limited to most tunnels, but offers relatively open sports.
In game graphics options you can see the towers for image quality settings, including resolution, DX version, textile filtering, testlation, VSSC, hair works, and advanced physics. You will find that after that I am suitable for two Technologies Andia GPUs. On RTX, the German source says that these scenes are more authentic because of “Transparent, Transparent Light Transfer, Transparent Ring Transfer and Their Dynamics as well as Fine Light and Small Details”. The overall effect is “very impressive” but it is demanding …
After reading the following, you will not be surprised to perform metro exposure with RTX. The source says that the test system with GeForce RTX 2080 Ti was “just playable” at 40fps at 1080p. Developers reckons it to get a desired 60fps required for some work on their hands.
Another demo of the Metro Exodus was running on the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti system (clearly RTX) on 4K and “cheaper liquid frame rate”. PCGamesHardware.de Spy in the test system and thinks that powerful graphics hardware was supported by AMD Ryzen 7 2700X CPUs.