Technology evolves at a rapid pace in the games industry, and each new generation of games brings plenty of new rendering techniques that result in some breathtaking experiences. Ray tracing is undoubtedly one of the hottest things in game tech right now, and for good reason. Games are able to produce markedly better shadows and reflections with ray tracing, and when used correctly – it can elevate the visual presentation to another level. We have already covered some of the best games that feature ray tracing in previous videos, and here are a few more games that belong to this category.
Ghostwire: Tokyo might not be developer Tango Gameworks’ best work to date, but it certainly impresses with its rendition of modern day Tokyo. Everything from the dark alleys to the weirdly empty roads and neon lit shops lining the streets feature striking amounts of detail, which is further helped by generous use of ray tracing in the lighting department. Turning it on immediately increases the accuracy and resolution of reflections, and indirect lighting is also simulated more effectively than before – making for an even more immersive experience all around.
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