Nvidia and Bethesda have teamed up to bring to version of Wolfenstein: Youngblood to an amazing computer, able to take advantage of the ray-tracing technology of GeForce cards. Although it subtracts information about the collaboration and the technical capabilities of it, the reality is that the result of the first video is absolutely promising. Taking the sample, a user has compared the results of the PC game with what has been shown in the PS4 and Xbox One versions. The result is obvious.
It allows us to verify that the impact of light on the protagonists and the villains is evident in the game with ray-tracing, with reflections in the characters and an unquestionable improvement of the illumination of the MachineGames title. The video is a sample that we should take with some caution: the content shown on consoles has a few months, so it is likely that it has improved in the visual in recent times. The great appointment of Wolfenstein: Youngblood will be E3 2019.
The great mystery of the new Wolfenstein is on the hybrid platform of Nintendo. Bethesda still keeps the version of Nintendo Switch from Wolfenstein in his hat: Young Blood, and is expected to show before its release. Wolfenstein: Youngblood will hit PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC next July 26.
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