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NVIDIA is listing 21 Games with RTX Support

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Aug 21, 2018.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    During the Gamescom NVIDIA event yesterday, the presentation on the new RTX cards, of course, was raytracing supported games. One slide caught my interest, showing 21 titles that are going to support ...

    NVIDIA is listing 21 Games with RTX Support
     
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    Zenoth Master Guru

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    Man, I would love it if Capcom could update Monster Hunter World for RTX. It would probably kill the cards on the spot but it'd be cool for taking pictures, at least.

    I'd also be curious to see a fighting game using it, something like SF5 or the upcoming Soul Calibur 6, or Mortal Kombat 11 (if, and whenever they finally decide to freakin' officially announce it).
     
  3. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Ark and it's dx12 status...
    Of the named titles they demoed Assetto Corsa, SOTTR, BFV (only in alpha!), Atomic Heart (seems to be a story driven indie game), Metro.
    For the rest... who knows when they get support, some of them already are released and don't have it yet.
     
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    FM57 Active Member

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    That is not really impressive, is it? I was expecting more AAA titles for such a release.

    And....I do not see Snake anywhere
     

  5. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    Well, We Happy Few runs like crap on my GTX 1080 Ti with a wildly erratic framerate (and setting everything low still results in sub-60 fps in outdoor areas... eeek!), perhaps not quite as atrocious as ,say, ARK: Survival Evolved but certainly not great. I can't imagine it running any better on RTX cards, especially with ray-tracing features enabled! ;)

    So much hype and no information on actual games performance in existing titles vs. GTX 1080 Ti/GTX 1080 yet NVIDIA have the gall to let people pre-order anyway?

    *EDIT*
    Hahah... I just saw ARK in that listing... well, good luck with that sub-optimal mess with ray-tracing added to the mix... :-O
     
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    Kaarme Maha Guru

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    Maybe the game studios could foresee the RTX pricing and were less enthusiastic to do the extra work for the time being. It's quite a nice tech, in my opinion, but the card prices are not attractive. It'll be interesting to see how many they can sell.
     
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    Glidefan Don Booze Staff Member

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    My prediction? They'll sell enough. I seriously want a 2070. Not so much for gaming, thought that will be there of course.
    The thing i'm curious about is that 4K thing they said. Is that for the rasterizer, or some video decoding? Cause my pc that isn't a monster can do 4K with no issues whatsoever.
    The cooler though looks bland compared to the 10xx series :D
     
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    bigfutus Master Guru

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    The whole game is broken beyond belief and ray tracing should be their last interest.
     
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    Maybe that means they'll finally update to a newer version of UE4, which should bring all sorts of improvements, and maybe even DX12 actually working now =p
     
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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    What "4K thing" are you referring to specifically? That about the Infiltrator benchmark or that 4K TAA vs 4k DSS (or DNN not sure what they called it again)?
     

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    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    Not all them with have RTX FULL SUPPORT, this is just misleading.
     
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    0blivious Ancient Guru

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    Sounds like placebo to me.
     
  13. HardwareCaps

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    There's no gaming performance because there isn't much anyways.
    basically just the increase in cuda cores in the performance gains, async compute should be slightly better but that's it.
    very minimal unless RT/AI cores are involved
     
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    I saw somewhere a "4k engine" sticker and nothing more, so i'm wondering what that is about.
    Unless it simply means that it has the capacity for 4k 60fps via one port and that's it.
     
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    Loobyluggs Ancient Guru

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    Um, what?

    UE4 has DX12, has done for a while
     

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    user1 Maha Guru

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    interesting, quite a "bold" move on nvidia's part going all in with hardware accelerated raytracing, could be interesting if people actually use it effectively.
     
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    Hmmm not sure what 4K engine sticker you're referring to, the only two things I remembe is that they saved time and calculated faster on 4K with CSS than at 4K with TAA, and that they showed the Infiltrator benchmark for the first time in 60fps, since previously no GPU was capable of rendering it in 4K 60fps constant (as opposed to now with RTX).
     
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    alanm Ancient Guru

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    Disappointed Virtual Po-Go Stick Warrior didn't make the cut for nVidia's RTX premiere list...
     
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  20. slyphnier

    slyphnier Master Guru

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    imo in fighting game, ray-tracing will make it bad rather good
    probably you already know, in many 3d fighting game, each character have their own lighting-set, just to make them standout from background...

    many players prefer more "easy-color" rather than realistic look, that way it easier to look their characters, some people dont like "distractions" from backgrounds
    aside possibile adding-lag, thats the reason why training stage popular no?
    well if i play fighting game, i dont want high-shade stage which make me hard to see what my opponent doing

    different case for thriller-action-game, with ray-tracing effect, the game will looks much better
    director should more easier to show what they want to show
    biohazard, death stranding and rest other like upcoming game will look much better with ray-trace
     

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