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Gears 5 Developer Excited By Xbox Scarlett’s Native Hardware Support For Accelerated Ray Tracing

“We are following closely the emerging techniques and innovations in this exciting space,” says technical art director Colin Penty.

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lxeasy35d ago

Native Ray tracing on the Scarlett is going to be amazing. I can't wait to see what Gears 6 will look like, considering how amazing Gears 5 looks.

DaDrunkenJester35d ago

Can't wait to see what the Gears 5 enhanced scarlet version will look like... more importantly, I can't wait to see what Halo Infinite will look like and I certainly hope they add in some big expansive levels with huge battles again.

lxeasy35d ago

I hope they have awesome set pieces, I'm a sucker for cool set pieces lol

Noskypeno35d ago

Based on the cover art, it looks like the environment is going to break apart along with Avatar style islands. I believe there's a job posting for procedural generation environment, so it looks like the cover is giving us a small taste of what to expect.

Vasto35d ago (Edited 35d ago )

Native Hardware Ray Tracing confirmed.

Xbox Scarlett going to be a True Masterpiece. I hope we get some news at X019.

lxeasy35d ago

Do you think they will reveal the Console at E3 2020 or before that @vasto?

Vasto35d ago

I dont think they will do the actual reveal until E3 2020.

traumadisaster35d ago

Of course it will be showed in full detail at E3, as it will be finished and only 4 months before release at that point.

In fact they will have a media/fan console event earlier in 2020 to reveal it. Just like with x1 and ps4. Sony will probably do the same in Feb. 2020.

HighPlayer2835d ago

Great to hear native hardware RT but power will not define next gen, exclusives and services will.

shaggy230335d ago

The reason both Sony and Microsoft are touting how many FLOPS both consoles will have is because the current gen FLOPS and next gen FLOPS arent really comparable.

Digital Foundry did a really interesting video about it over the weekend.