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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare | Official GeForce RTX Ray Tracing Reveal Trailer.

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Real-time ray tracing is coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PC.

Check out the first ever ray-traced Modern Warfare gameplay, showcasing how ray-traced shadows improve the game’s already realistic graphics.

We’re partnering with Activision and Infinity Ward to deliver the most immersive and photo-realistic Modern Warfare experience on PC with the addition of real-time ray tracing and NVIDIA Adaptive Shading.
 

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Looks really really cool. On a sidenote. This CoD in general looks increadibly nice this year. Can't wait to dive into the campaign
 

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Ray Traced shadows :D

Wtf. I wouldnt even use HBAO in a multiplayer game. Also ray traced shadows sounds boring AF.
 

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Dude i cant see shit.

Minecraft and quake 2 are the only games that sold me on rtx
 
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Very subtle. Will play with it on if it runs ok during campaign.
 

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I actually had to go back several times to notice any real difference in some of the scenes. This wasn't a very good showcase of the technology. At all.
 

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He's right. I wouldn't call it mind blowing, but it does make the game look better by atleast 30%
Nah that minecraft and quake 2 looked like.. well this is cool tech.

I really dont see how bf5 nor metro is worth it
 
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You'd have to have a really "wet" game for RTX to show its full material, especially in Minecraft. RTX in the rain for example is what really looks mindblowing. Other than that it's a very subtle difference and the tech still has a ways to go.