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Old 25-10-19, 07:55 PM
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare RTX/Raytracing PC Analysis

Is Raytracing enough to take Call of Duty's visuals into the next generation?



Read more about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's DXR/RTX implementation.

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That difference is absolutely tiny, Blurry shadows compared to sharp shadows, Nothing much to get excited about, Now if it had RT reflections, Materials like glass etc... yeah ok but RT shadows are immensely boring.
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That difference is absolutely tiny, Blurry shadows compared to sharp shadows, Nothing much to get excited about, Now if it had RT reflections, Materials like glass etc... yeah ok but RT shadows are immensely boring.
Yeah, shadows are boring, especially when a lot of people prefer sharp shadows. It's still a nice thing to have if you can spare the performance. Not as transformative as other games though.
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