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Our NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti has so far been a powerhouse when it comes to 4K gaming on PC - pushing frame-rates that until recently wasn't possible. We're talking Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus at over 120 frames-per-second. In 4K. Not breaking a sweat. Battlefield V looking and running amazingly too, with the best HDR implementation we've ever seen.

But the only question, which is why our review on the card has been delayed, or issue - is that we wanted to see some real-time ray tracing in action. Which was a no show, until today. NVIDIA has released new Game Ready Drivers for Battlefield V with DXR Ray tracing. Plus, support for Hitman 2 and Fallout 76 too.

EA and DICE will add DXR real-time ray tracing in Battlefield V in an upcoming patch - which is scheduled to drop around the Battlefield V Deluxe Edition release window. Which is pretty soon.



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