NVIDIA went on an RTX rampage at Gamescom 2019 with the company unveiling a bunch of new real-time ray tracing infused game trailers like Minecraft with RTX, Watch Dogs: Legion getting RTX -- and the first fully loaded RTX game: Control.
The new trailer above is from Gamescom 2019 which has kicked off in Cologne, Germany and comes in at just under 1 minute. There's not much more to say about Control if you haven't looked into it already, but it's from developer Remedy Entertainment that made one of my favorite games; Max Payne as well as Alan Wake and Quantum Break.
Control runs on the latest version of Remedy's in-house Northlight engine, with the full set of RTX real-time ray tracing features. It looks great in-person, with my hands-on time with it at E3 2019 leaving me wanting more -- I now have it here on my PC but can't talk about it just yet. All I can say is it sure does look great and I can't wait to sink my teeth deeper into Control.
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