Those gaming on Nvidia will have to wait a bit longer.
Godfall was with us pretty much from the beginning of this new generation as it was one of the first games that was revealed to be coming to the PS5. Since that time, it was marketed pretty aggressively with tons of information coming out at a consistent basis. In the end, it was an okay experience, but we felt it fell a tad short. Despite being so tied to the PS5, though, it did also launch on PC at the same time, and today that version got a new addition. Or well, some PCs did, it’s more accurate to say.
With the latest update to the PC version, the game has enabled ray tracing, something that it lacked at launch. There is a bit of a catch, though, as it’s only available with applicable AMD GPUs. For those using a Nvidia GPU, it was confirmed that it will come to those in the future, though no time frame was given.
“We are quickly working with Nvidia to make this feature available to all of our community playing Godfall on Nvidia cards,” the developer said to GamingBolt in a statement.
Godfall is available now for PlayStation 5 and PC. It has been confirmed to be a timed console exclusive to PS5 for six months.
Update 2.0.95 has just been deployed to the PC version of Godfall and is now available for users to download. This update enables ray tracing while using applicable AMD GPUs.
— Godfall (@PlayGodfall) November 18, 2020