After the world was introduced to the Microsoft and NVIDIA partnership to bring real time raytracing solutions to DirectX 12 via NVIDIA’s RTX initiative, we now have confirmation of what is expected to be the first game studio – and AAA game experience – to feature the technology. In a post from their official Twitter account, 4A Games has announced that they are collaborating with NVIDIA to bring RTX’s effects to their upcoming Metro: Exodus open-world video game.
The company further warned users to keep at attention towards the impending release of a proof of concept video to be released during GDC. 4A Games is one of those companies that has been delivering incredible experiences through and through, and has already dabbled with NVIDIA’s technologies in the past (particularly with their first game, Metro 2033). Here’s hoping that AMD can work its drivers into great performance levels in supporting this DX12 technology on their graphics cards as well.