MachineGames shooter, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, was confirmed to make use of Nvidia's ray tracing technology, or Ray Tracing.. But when it saw the light, from the study they announced that the version with Ray Tracing was not ready and it would take a little longer for the account to arrive via update. We have discovered that during the Gamescom 2019, the study carried an updated version of Wolfenstein: Youngblood making use, not only of Ray Tracing, but also of NVIDIA Adaptive Shading. Technologies that applied to the game allow it to look spectacular and offer better performance.
Now, we can see what it looks like Wolfenstein: Youngblood with Ray Tracing, thanks to a gameplay published by Gamersyde on Youtube. But we also echo the implementation of a specific Nvidia technology to improve the overall performance of the game, the NVIDIA Adaptive Shading. First we attend to Ray Tracing, with this gameplay from Gamescom 2019.
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Since its launch Wolfenstein: Youngblood He has been adding several updates that have tried to improve different aspects of the game. Mainly updates have been made to make gameplay adjustments, but in addition, support has been added to an Nvidia technology, the NVIDIA Adaptive Shading, which allows to obtain up to 5% more performance in general. It is not the famous DLSS, which optimizes performance by pre-calculating the rendering of images, but another technology that is applied to shading. It was a fact that was still to be known and is applied on the graphics with Turing of the RTX range.
Below, you can see a comparative video of the use of this technology in the case of Wolfenstein: Youngblood, offering a performance improvement that ranges between 5-10fps.
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But while this technology will come in handy to get that extra performance, what many are waiting for is that update that allows you to enjoy Wolfenstein: Youngblood with the exclusive lighting technology of the graphics Nvidia RTX, the Ray Tracing. On this arrival there is no arrival date, but watching the previous gameplay we can assume that it will not take long to arrive.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is available on both Xbox One, like Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. A game that remarkably changes the franchise proposal of Machinegames, with new RPG elements as we tell you in our analysis.