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Out later this month, Bloober Team’s The Medium is one of the biggest games out this month where its set to release on Xbox Series X and PC - standalone and as a part of Xbox Game Pass. Seen as something of an Xbox exclusive today comes word that the PC version will support real-time ray-traced reflections and shadows in addition to supporting NVIDIA's impressive DLSS rendering.

What makes The Medium so fascinating is its two-realities presentation where you can explore and move around in the real-world and the spirit realm in real-time.
Discover a dark mystery only a medium can solve. Explore the real world and the spirit world at the same time. Use your psychic abilities to solve puzzles spanning both worlds, uncover deeply disturbing secrets, and survive encounters with The Maw - a monster born from an unspeakable tragedy.

A recent extended gameplay clip put this side of the experience on full display whilst also highlighting the focus on exploration over combat.

And with that out of the way here's an RTX On trailer for The Medium which looks awesome thanks to the improved shadows and reflections.

The Medium is out January 28.

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