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    See the light with these Xbox Series X and Series S games planning ray tracing support.
    Microsoft brings ray-tracing to its consoles with the next generation, packing dedicated hardware inside Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, designed to handle the technology. It comes as the industry heavily invests in realistic lighting, previously reserved only for the best gaming PCs, delivering huge graphical leaps over traditional techniques. While the implementation varies on a per-title basis, the goal is to achieve more realistic lighting and reflections, bolstering immersion across virtual worlds.

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    11-06-2020 03:11 AM

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