AMD announced its fresh RX 6700 XT GPU before now, which will be exciting , but nestled one of the parties was news which Resident Evil Village will possess beam tracing support on PC–although as you’d expect, it is just supported for AMD cards right now.
It could possibly be terrible news for RX 6700 XT early adopters, however, since Resident Evil Village with beam tracing on demands an RX 6800 XT based on AMD’s very own advocated specifications (you will only require a Ryzen 5 1600 CPU, however ). Still it is exciting news, and also the demonstration featured a few brief comparison clips. Take a look under (or within this movie at 9:43).
The improvements are evident: the delicate chandelier and chandelier light has become the most visible advancement, but the polished glossy wood is quite fancy, also. As Control has shown already, these effects actually bring about life darker, grittier surroundings.
If you are not rocking AMD technician, there are no official program requirements on Steam only yet.
The Resident Evil Village launch date will be May 7, and also a demonstration will precede that, meaning it might be possible to take a look at the beam tracing execution without even purchasing it.