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Control with RTX turned on at 1080p hit 60FPS during E3 demo

Remedy ran the RTX-powered version of Control at 1080p 60FPS during E3 2019 with ALL effects enabled

Anthony Garreffa | Jun 17, 2019 at 09:06 pm CDT (1 min, 6 secs reading time)

Remedy was at E3 2019 showing off its upcoming game Control, with the RTX version of the game powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards looking absolutely beautiful with all of its ray tracing technology on display.

The developer was using all of the RTX tools inside of Control including reflections, contact shadows, diffuse global illumination, and transparent reflections. Even with it enabled, the game was pretty damn steady at 60FPS -- something I can personally attest to, seeing it running on GeForce RTX hardware on the floors of E3 2019.

Unlike DSOGaming, I know what speccs were powering the RTX-enabled versions of Control but alas, I cannot tell you what was inside. The graphics cards inside were SUPER powerful, let's just say that. The effects, I spent a good 15-20 minutes slowly enabling and disabling them and was able to notice so many little details that RTX adds to the game increasing the immersion much more than it seems on photos and YouTube videos.

There's also 18 minutes of gameplay footage of Control from E3 2019 that you can check out above.

Control arrives on August 27.

Last updated: Jun 18, 2019 at 06:11 am CDT

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