Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Use Nvidia Ray Tracing




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Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Use Nvidia Ray Tracing

One of the most highly anticipated games due for release is the Resident Evil 2 Remake. So far, it’s looking to be a highly impressive re-imagining of the series. It seems that something unexpected is also on the way to the game. Well, it would’ve been unexpected because until a couple days ago we didn’t know it was coming.

In a report via DSOGaming, Resident Evil 2 will support the brand new Nvidia RTX ray tracing technology.

It Already Looks Good!

I’m not surprised at this announcement, yet it is all a little bit confusing. So far, Nvidia has now confirmed that Resident Evil 2 will support ray tracing. It’s certainly not on the list of upcoming supported games. It has, however, led to some speculation that this may be due to a current existing partnership with AMD for the game. Can’t exactly shout about Nvidia if your game is going to be specifically supporting the competition, can you?

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When Can We See It In Action?

No trailer or screenshots have been released as of yet to showcase the RTX technology. I imagine though that when it does, Resident Evil 2 will look even more amazing than it currently does. If nothing else, this does put a little bit more Steam in the Nvidia RTX hype-train and another AAA game on the roster. Even if it’s not actually official yet.

Resident Evil 2 will release on January 19th, 2019.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to Resident Evil 2? What other games would you like to see supporting RTX? – Let us know in the comments!

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