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Headlines don't get much nerdier then that, especially when it comes to in-game visuals. But yeh, with the reveal that NVIDIA's new line of GeForce cards will introduce, for the first-time ever, real-time ray tracing - many have been left wondering what it all means. Well, in an extended demo we get to hear just how the developers behind the upcoming open world game Metro Exodus are utilising the tech.

To deliver to deliver true Global Illumination, a tech that has existed in games for a little while now but not at this level. With real-time ray tracing as per above you get to see the effect that light has on objects not in the direct pathway of light sources in what gives off a more natural and realistic look. Subtle, but extremely effective.

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