Minecraft with RTX Beta Arrives for PC Gamers from April 16


If you are a big fan of Minecraft game and owned an RTX Graphics powered PC system, then here’s something special for you all. Minecraft with RTX Beta is up for the PC users with ray effects. The new updated version of the game is all set to hit the PC platform starting from April 16.

If we talk about the actual availability of this new edition, then the Minecraft’s new ray-traced version will be available from Thursday, April 16 at 10 AM PT.

This new ray-traced edition is specially designed with new realistic lighting effects for the PC gamers. It will bring new stylish effects, shadows and much more to make the gameplay more realistic. Apart from the rays, the lights of lava will also be improved with more realistic effects.

We have to accept the fact that the newer edition of the Minecraft game is arriving with its beta edition. The new ray-traced edition of the Minecraft game will bring a set of new physics-based materials to the main game.

According to some experts, the new physical objects will make the gameplay more interesting as it will open up new possibilities of visuals. The Physically-based materials will have more properties. Currently, it has just two properties i.e. color and opacity. With this new ray-traced edition, there will a set of new properties which can be used by the games for the completion of the project.

This beta edition of the Minecraft game will support the latest DLSS 2.0. DLSS 2.0 is NVIDIA’s latest Deep Learning Super Sampling technology. With new Artificial Intelligence technology, it will offer more realistic environment for the gamers who can get the best of visual effects while playing the compatible games.

Once the newer edition is available, there will be six different maps made available for the gamers. All the compatible maps will be available for download. These maps are already supporting the ray-traced feature which means you will get more realistic gaming adventure while exploring them.

The company has further said that they are making a few additional changes to the game to make it more advanced for the pro-gamers. We will get to see more from Minecraft’s creators in the coming days.

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