Minecraft with RTX released

Minecraft with RTX released

Beta testing of Minecraft with ray tracing technology began eight months ago. Today, the game is finally out on Windows 10. To celebrate the occasion, Nvidia announced two new RTX worlds: Colosseum and Dungeon Dash.

As a result, the number of ray-traced worlds has been increased to 15. The Colosseum is already available, and Dungeon Dash is coming soon.

The withdrawal from testing also means expanded support for multiplayer games between users of both versions of Minecraft . During the beta period, multiplayer in the RTX version of the game was exclusive to test players.

Minecraft with RTX is now available. If you have a GeForce RTX series graphics card, you can download the ray-traced version of the sandbox and start playing.

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