It seems that Quake two RTX will not be the only remaster for which NVIDIA will be adding true-time ray tracing effects. According to a job listing, the green group has developed a studio that will specialize on adding Ray Tracing effects to remasters of even additional classic Computer games.
As the description for this job listing reads, NVIDIA has kicked off an fascinating new game remastering system.
“We’re cherry-selecting some of the greatest titles from the previous decades and bringing them into the ray tracing age. As a result, we’ll be providing them state-of-the-art visuals whilst maintaining the gameplay that produced them good. The NVIDIA Lightspeed Studios group is selecting up the challenge beginning with a title that you know and like but we can not speak about right here.”
We need to note that NVIDIA developed this job listing 17 days ago. In other words, this is immediately after the release of Quake two RTX. So yeah, that title that we all “know and like” is not Quake two.
Two games that could seriously advantage from Ray Tracing effects are Unreal and Doom three. Doom three had cutting edge technologies with stencil shadows and totally dynamic lighting, so it could possibly appear astounding with Ray Tracing. On the other hand, Unreal was one particular of the initial games that pushed the envelope of FPS visuals, so it would be cool to see it with some RT effects.
Regrettably, although, we do not have any added particulars about these upcoming remasters of the classic Computer games that will have Ray Tracing. Right here is hoping that NVIDIA will reveal additional particulars about its subsequent gaming RT remaster project sooner rather than later.