As a means of giving visibility to the power of its products, NVIDIA has used the incombustible Quake II to show fans the benefits of using raytracing even in games more than 20 years ago. And the result is amazing.
The company’s Lightspeed studios have added to that classic raytracing that you can enjoy with a free demo. It offers three levels for you to experience first-hand the result of this effort to add realistic lighting effects to the veteran idSoftware title. If the proposal convinces you, and you want to recover Quake II, you can download the original game from Steam at the reasonable price of $ 5.
If you prefer to see this technique in operation to other great games, do not miss how the raytracing feels like The Witcher 3 or the magnificent GTA V using the most current RTX.