So this doesn't replace gtx?What 1/2 tau said, it's kind of like an i9. These are super high end that not many people will get much use out of for a while. For playing games at high settings the 1080ti is still the most relevant, they haven't replaced that yet.
Hardware accelerated ray tracing would be nice but everything seems to be moving away from that.
I think Ascensions had a lot of Egyptian like areas in the beginning.I barely remember that game. It has a prison and then a deserted town or something, then ended on an island...
I don't know; we were supposed to enter the age of tesselation like 6 years ago.Everything supports tesselation now. It's just not as popular as other things.
First gow had the desert area that felt a lot like egypt.I think Ascensions had a lot of Egyptian like areas in the beginning.
Huh.I don't know; we were supposed to enter the age of tesselation like 6 years ago.
We really are entering the age of ray tracing.
Probably does. Either RTX replaces it or RTX is basically Nvidia's i9.Huh.
Well maybe this is what helps keeps it up with newer GPU's.
Seems like a website jumped the embargo on this:
QuoteTHQ Nordic Signs Distribution Deal With Microsoft Studios For Multiple Titleshttps://worthplaying.com/article/2018/8/20/news/110509/
by Rainier on Aug. 20, 2018 @ 10:38 a.m. PDT
THQ Nordic announced that five great games of Microsoft Studios' portfolio will soon be available via Steam and THQ Nordic proudly presents the physical editions for these games.
These titles are:
More information on the release dates will follow soon.Click to expand...
- ReCore: Definitive Edition
- Super Lucky's Tale
- Disneyland Adventures
- Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure
- Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection
thanks to lashman for the tip