In its latest announcement, 4A Games shared the big news. Its current title Metro Exodus will receive Ray Tracing on various consoles.
According to The Verge, Metro Exodus will soon become the recipient of ray tracing technology. Developer 4A Games shared the big news recently. The game will get ray tracing across various platforms like PC, Xbox, and PS5.
“Metro Exodus” goes the ray tracing way!
Happy birthday to Metro Exodus! To celebrate it together, we announce the Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition, reveal more details about new RT features for next gen consoles and PC, and give more info on Mac and Linux versions🎉
— 4A Games (@4AGames) February 15, 2021
Apart from ray tracing, 4A Games will bring a new version of the game for PC. It will be an Enhanced Edition of Metro Exodus.
The developer also revealed free upgrades are coming soon to the 2019 shooter for PC players. They will also arrive for the next-gen consoles. And there’s also the support for Nvidia’s DLSS 2.0 technology on PC.
The Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition will be accessible regardless of whether the players own it on Steam or any other store.
Although the title supported ray tracing at its launch, the upcoming version will improve it a lot. It will be possible also due to the advanced ray-traced reflections. The developer provided details about other consoles as well.
On Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, the game will run at 4K 60fps, combined with ray tracing. Series S will focus on a 1080p resolution, but it will still run at 60fps with RT enabled.
When it comes to the arrival date, then 4A Games mentioned that the Enhanced Edition for PC would release later this spring. And the next-gen console upgrades will arrive towards the end of the year.
Along with that, there are also plans to launch the game on Mac and Linux platforms. While the Mac version is coming next month itself, the Linux variant will come a bit late.
Most awaited games of 2021
Meanwhile, there are already a lot of new titles to try out for die-hard gamers and fans. Exciting games like Hitman 3, The Medium, Little Nightmares 2, and Valheim are available in the first two months. More are yet to arrive soon.
Some of the heavyweights are Horizon Forbidden West, God of War: Ragnarok, Resident Evil Village, and Far Cry 6. Then there’s Halo Infinite, Deathloop, Back 4 Blood, Gotham Knights, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, and GhostWire: Tokyo.
Coming back to Metro Exodus, then players will have to wait for its ray tracing-enabled upgrades till the next few months.
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