The well-known Assetto Corsa Competizione racing simulator expected to hit the market next September will come without any support for real-time NVIDIA RTX Ray Tracing technology…
However, it is not something that will be added to the game later! None of this, the studio responsible for the game has decided to put the technology aside, because it just doesn't see any used in the implementation.
Assetto Corsa studio Kunos Simulazioni says it makes no sense to implement support for NVIDIA RTX, and then have a pitiful performance.
“Our priority is to improve, optimize and evolve all aspects of ACC. So if after our long list of optimization priorities, and technology maturity, you can fully implement RTX… We'll explore those hypotheses. However, for now there are not enough reasons to waste development time on an implementation that will suffer from performance issues. ”
Interestingly, Assetto Corsa Competizione was one of the AAA games NVIDIA introduced for RTX functionality.
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