PC USERS WILL BE ABLE TO GET MORE OUT OF THE GAME
Resident Evil 8 is a few months away from being released, and after all the phenomenon caused by Lady Dimitrescu, fans are expecting something great.
A few weeks ago they made a demo available to PlayStation 5 users where they could see how it will look in terms of graphics and gameplay, leaving a good impression.
What we had not seen at all is that you can activate the famous Ray Tracing, although we do not know if on all platforms where it will be available.
Capcom is putting effort into Resident Evil 8, or at least that is what it revealed in its first trailers.
What they had not shown us in depth is that PC users will be able to get more out of it using the famous Ray Tracing.
This was announced by AMD in a recent video where they presented their RADEON RX 6700 XT card, which they tested running Resident Evil 8.
As you can see, the improvement is very significant, and this feature will be supported by the Fidelity FX technology, with which graphics performance is improved.
It should be noted that many of the technical aspects of Resident Evil 8 have yet to be revealed, so it is uncertain what its final execution will look like.
Reflections and lighting improve dramatically.
For now we know that it has a native resolution of 2160p that works at 60 fps, at least on PlayStation 5, but it is not entirely clear if it will take advantage of the Ray Tracing of the console.
Resident Evil 8 will arrive on PC and consoles on May 7, 2021, so it should not take long to show us all the details of this new installment in the saga.
Do you think it will surpass its predecessor in quality?