Tuesday, August 16

This is how spectacular Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary looks at 8K with Ray Tracing

The Master Chief is about to return this week with Halo Infinite, his highly anticipated and promising new adventure of which we recently brought you a preview in Vandal, but Today we want to focus on what was the remastering of Halo: Combat Evolved, the original installment of the series with which it all began.

Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary like never before

This is because the youtuber Digital Dreams has published a video in which shows us what this pica adventure would look like at 8K resolution with Reshade Ray TracingAn experiment for which you have needed to use an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 and surprisingly the game seems to run quite smoothly.

As you can imagine, thanks to Reshade Ray Tracing, ambient occlusion and global lighting effects have been considerably improved, which added to the 8K resolution makes the game look spectacular even today, something that you can see for yourself in the video that you will find above this very paragraph.

Return of the Master Chief

As we said before, Halo Infinite It will go on sale next December 8 and will be available on Xbox Game Pass from day one, offering us a new first-person action adventure in which we will have to accompany the iconic Master Chief on a dangerous mission that will take him to fight the Banished in the Zeta Halo station.

Although your campaign will be paid, We remind you that its competitive multiplayer will be free for everyone and that you can now enjoy his proposal thanks to the beta that you can download on both PC and Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.


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