Black Myth: Wukong comes with full ray tracing at launch

Black Myth Wukong

NVIDIA has confirmed a collection of games that will be coming with ray tracing effects as part of its announcements at GDC, and it includes Black Myth: Wukong which launches later this year.

In addition to Black Myth: Wukong, ray tracing effects will also be added to Naraka: Bladepoint. NVIDIA says that full ray tracing will be added soon to the game, although it will be starting small with just three areas across the PvE and PvP modes. However, the game’s developers will be expanding on that and adding full ray tracing to other areas through future updates. So eventually ray tracing effects should be available throughout most of the game.

Star Wars Outlaws, which launches later this year, will also be landing with full ray tracing and DLSS 3 support. These features will also be accessible to GeForce NOW subscribers who have an Ultimate membership. As the game will be available to play on GeForce NOW once the game arrives. If you don’t have a super powerful PC, then GeForce NOW may be the best way to play the game.

Black Myth: Wukong launches with full ray tracing on August 20

Black Myth: Wukong’s release date has been known for a little while, but NVIDIAs announcement today about the ray tracing support is welcomed news. The game already looks impressive, but with ray tracing support for PC, players will be able to take in what is sure to be a visual feast with more realistic reflections and lighting.

NVIDIA says the game will also support DLSS 3.5 ray reconstruction. Additionally, Diablo IV players will be treated to some ray tracing upgrades rather soon. With the game’s update coming on March 26, players should notice more accurate ray-traced reflections on numerous elements within the game. This will include things like armor, water, windows, and more. The ray tracing will also enhance the shadows within the game to give it more depth. Shadows and lighting within the game were already pretty good. But soon they’ll be even better. And there’s nothing quite like enhanced shadows to up the sense of foreboding dread in a Diablo game.

Other games like Sengoku Dynasty and The First Berserker: Khazan will support ray tracing too. In fact, Sengoku Dynasty already has the ray tracing added and is available on Steam right now via early access. Plus, The Finals is entering Season 2 today. With DLSS 3, RTXGI, and Reflex were added as part of the seasonal update. You can check out some of the ray tracing effects in Black Myth: Wukong and other games in the videos below.

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