Half-Life 2 RTX in a new preview, Diablo IV with ray tracing or RTX Remix edition

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We devoted a separate article to the RTX 40 Super video cards, but Nvidia, of course, showed more at CES, so we will talk about other interesting news in the next text.

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We’ve received previews of several games that Nvidia is partnering with. For example, we learned from the new trailer that the PC version of Horizon Forbidden West will support DLSS scaling and image generation.

The next game was Diablo IV, released last year, but at the conference we learned that Blizzard is preparing an update for March that will support ray tracing for shadows and highlights.

In addition, Nvidia showed a new trailer for Half-Life 2 RTX, a project created on the RTX Remix platform and presented last summer, behind which the Orbifold Studios community team is behind. We still don’t know when the remaster of Valve’s classic will be released.

Talking about RTX Remix, we finally have a release date. The program, which allows users to update older games (using DirectX 8 or 9) with path tracing, AI-enhanced textures and other improvements, has until now only been available in a closed version, already January 22 however there will be an official release open beta and everyone will be able to try the platform.

The latest innovation concerns streaming. Nvidia introduced the Enhanced Broadcasting feature at the conference, which was created in collaboration with OBS and Twitch, while providing the ability stream up to 5 videos simultaneously. This will allow viewers to choose the quality in which they want to watch the broadcast. At the same time, Twitch is preparing AV1 codec support and resolution up to 4K. You can sign up for the Enhanced Broadcasting beta here.

Source :Indian TV

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