Earlier this year, Minecraft developer Mojang and gaming tech company Nvidia announced that the sandbox game was getting a new feature allowing for a huge visual overhaul. Called Minecraft with RTX, the shiny new option got a beta launch back in April, but now its full launch has landed – Minecraft with RTX launches on Windows 10 this very day. “We’re excited to officially launch ray tracing on Minecraft for Windows 10, powered by NVIDIA and Minecraft’s Render Dragon technology!” Mojang announces on the building game’s site. “Players will now be able to experience Minecraft in a new light (sorry) with brightened blocks, emissive pixels, water reflections, accurately cast shadows, and rich global illumination. But why have me explain it with fancy words when you can watch a video with pretty pictures?” With this, the studio’s unveiled a brand-new footage reel showcasing the block builder with its glorious new ray traced visuals, which you can check out below. Complete with handy before-and-after shots of various RTX-enabled worlds, the clip shows the feature’s ability to transform the entire look of the game’s visuals.
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