This morning, the big news was Minecraft will be getting an update to enable ray tracing on NVIDIA RTX cards. But that isn't the only game getting the treatment. Let's run through the list.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be getting it and Gamescom is a place you can experience it first hand. Launching on October 25th, the remake of the classic will be showing off how well it looks with RTX on this week.
Control has been known to get the RTX treatment and from what we've seen, it's pretty impressive.
Those attending Gamescom will also be the first ones to see Wolfenstein: Youngblood with ray tracing enabled.
Watch Dogs: Legion announced ray traced reflections. The upcoming Ubisoft game looks pretty fun and RTX will make it look even better.
Dying Light 2 will really get a huge boost in immersion with ray tracing as the game really takes advantage of it to bring forth scary and realistic visuals to the screen.
Another game with some undead connections, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 will get ray traced reflections, although I find this a little funny because Vampires don't have a reflection. But, you can bet a ton of other stuff will and make the game look super freaky.
And finally, the hugely anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 will be demoing at Gamescom with ray tracing. The game already looks really solid and ray tracing is going kick the visuals a few notches up.