There’s no doubt that the new NVIDIA RTX cards are insanely powerful, but the new Real-time Ray Tracing technology they bring to the table could bring some real visual upgrades. The team at DICE released a sweet developer diary from gamescom showcasing exactly that. Check out this six minute video above to see how NVIDIA’s new tech is already being embraced by developers in games like Battlefield V.
You can check out some of our video capture and Austin Fern’s thoughts on the closed Alpha in his preview here. Here’s a nibble, to get you started:
Dust and snow fill my vision as I run through destroyed buildings as my squad charges a point. This is when the Battlefield V Closed Alpha is at its best; which is good because it is like this more often than not. The pace has definitely been cranked up and there is little running around with no enemies. I left the alpha incredibly excited for the full game, so I guess it did its job.
Look for our review of the game when Battlefield V ships on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on October 19th, 2018.