Nvidia's new RTX exclusives, here's what they've prepared for 2021.

Nvidia boasts new RTX exclusives, here's what they've prepared for 2021.

The first generation of AMD's graphics cards with raytracing support is not very famous for its performance in this field when compared to the competition from Nvidia. And that competition, in addition to raytracing, has established its dominance in the market through support for DLSS, which has been added to Red Dead Redemption 2 and CoD: Warzone.

In short, Nvidia has a pretty big advantage, but the battle continues. This fall, AMD is relying on Far Cry 6, and Nvidia has unveiled its tickets at Gamescom. For this and next year, they have provided 13 games that will have support for raytracing.

Among the partner, titles will be Dying Light 2, which will support raytracing and DLSS, and will be available from day one on the GeForce Now streaming service.

It was also revealed that the PC version of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will have raytracing reflections and support for DLSS right from day one. A new scene from the game is shown, performed in 4K resolution with an RTX 3080 card. 

Other games that have confirmed support for raytracing effects include the shooter Bright Memory: Infinite, the recently launched Chivalry 2, the upcoming Synced: Off-Planet, and Black Myth: Wukong.

Battlefield 2042 is also one of the RTX exclusives, and Nvidia will distribute the game with its GeForce RTX 3090, 3080 Ti, 3080, 3070 Ti, and 3070 graphics cards, and laptops with those cards. Battlefield 2042 RTX Bundle will not last forever until stocks run out, but for now, it is not known whether this action will take place in our country. And if it comes, what will the cryptocurrencies do with the obtained copies of Battlefield.

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