A selection of comparison screenshots showcasing Minecraft on Xbox Series X with Ray Tracing enabled to provide realistic lighting to the game.
OMG this looks so gorgeous !, just look at all those shining blocks!!!, MS take my money for the new xbox you deserve all the moneyzzz of the worldzzz. :D
Yes. Booooo free updates, booooo
Is the new console free.
Hahaha You're joke tickled the fanboys the wrong way lol. 👍👏
Why am I not surprised to to see you and your childish comment on the top of this article’s comment section?
What was the point of this post. All you've managed to do is display your insecurity. Minecraft is the biggest selling game of all-time...you dont think there are millions of people out there who would love to see there creations in this literal new light? You aren't excited at actual fully path traced games coming to console? I guess its just because its Xbox though huh...
RT looks amazing in Minecraft by comparison.
I don't even like minecraft but these screenshots look really good for this game.
RT + HDR = Match made in Heaven
how aobut..some gmaeplay with it?
You don't know how Minecraft plays???
OMG! This has transformed the worst looking game this generation into still there worst looking game this generation! 😉
I'm confused as to why it seems like a lot of the ground is reflective even on the stone and grass...looks like vaseline smeared all over. Still want rt though
exactly, I think maybe they updated some texture as well as add rt
did they change texture too? were the blocks ever made to have a glossy finish to have the light bounce off it and give it that wet look? I think it has a little more than just RT behind it. ray tracing makes the light bounce off object realistically, but the texture of the blocks would have had to be glossy to begin with, I don't think that was the original texture, could be wrong, just my guess though. also I doubt when the water was added it was transparent to begin with.. not saying it doesn't look cool, but I think that's more than just RT
This game will always be a mess to look at
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