Gamers and developers are becoming increasingly demanding when it comes to Ray Tracing. It’s an excellent feature that can enhance the gaming experience. However, it is not a joke.
This graphics technology was introduced to PC in “Minecraft” last year. The Xbox platform received this technology only recently.
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Ray Tracing: Why is it so popular?
Here’s how you can turn on raytracing in Minecraft on your Xbox console and PC.
The earliest video games used artificial lighting to replicate the natural light from the surrounding. Some people don’t like this visual because it isn’t realistic and doesn’t feel natural.
Ray tracing allows players to see more realistically with ray tracing. This capability cannot be underestimated, however, as it requires a lot of graphical power.
Ray tracing is a feature that has been in “Minecraft” for some time now on PC. The standard version of the game does not include this feature.
‘Minecraft’ Ray Tracing Requirements
- Windows 64-bit Operation System
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 20 Series and later or AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series and higher models
- CPU: Intel Core i5 (or equivalent)
- RAM: More Than 8 GB
- Version: Minecraft 1.16.200 and later
How to enable Ray Tracing in “Minecraft” for PC
You will first need to download the Minecraft ray tracing pack to enable you to test the feature.
Nvidia currently has 14 RTX worlds available for download. These packs are available for free.
You must first open “Minecraft” to enable ray tracing. Nvidia also offers a resource pack through this link.
After you have obtained it, open the folder that contains it. After obtaining it, go to the folder and open it.
If ray tracing fails to work after loading the game you will need to adjust a few settings in the video settings. You can search for RTX toggle to turn it on later.