One of the most popular games to ever be created is now coming with better graphics. Check out Minecraft with RTX
There seems to be a resurgence of Minecraft in the past few months ever since Minecraft Dungeons was announced at E3. On top of this, there are several factors behind this but maybe the most important one is that Minecraft offers endless gameplay. Players from all over the world play Minecraft. The game is insanely popular. Also, this was promoted by some streamers dropping out their games and turned to Minecraft again. Even though this amazing game is nearly 8 years old, there is still an insane amount of support. We have seen Minecraft Dungeons announced at the E3 but this time we are seeing something extremely exciting and promising at least for another 10 years.
Minecraft partnered with Nvidia for this project and this is maybe the most ambitious thing we have seen so far. The announcement came at Gamescom. We all know how Minecraft actual looks like. The game has pixelated graphics. However, with the upcoming Minecraft RTX, we are seeing some great improvements. These improvements are so amazing it feels like we were cheated by Minecraft until now. But there is a cost for these graphics. Players will be able to get most out of the game if they have an RTX supported graphics card. Nvidia announced the new series of GPU with RTX support some time ago. However, most players still felt like 1080 is more than enough for their current needs. But with this partnership, things will go onto a new level. Let us check how it looks:
As you can see it does look amazing. It does still have the block textures if you look closely. However, Minecraft RTX will be something more important as the years pass. This will give Minecraft the needed boost for several years to come. It does look like an entirely different game. Minecraft RTX will come also as a free update with no additional cost.
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