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New 'The Day Before' 4K Trailer Shows Graphics Difference When Using GeForce RTX—Ray-Tracing Support Confirmed

New 'The Day Before' 4K Trailer Shows Graphics Difference When Using GeForce RTX—Ray-Tracing Support Confirmed

Categories: Games & Netflix
Posted: January 06, 2022

A new "The Day Before" trailer shows how ray-tracing affects a video game. Based on the actual footage, you can see a huge difference in graphics.

As of the moment, the new zombie-shooting title is still unavailable. But, the official online store of Steam states that this new open-world MMO survival game will arrive this coming June 21.

"The Day Before is an open-world MMO survival set in a deadly, post-pandemic America overrun by flesh-hungry infected and survivors killing each other for food, weapons, and cars," said Steam via its official website.

Although this is the case, the new 4K gameplay trailer already showed some of the things that players can expect from the new shooting title.

'The Day Before' Supports Ray-Tracing!

According to Dual Shocker's latest report, "The Day Before" supports the ray-tracing feature. In the latest trailer of this game, the new title supports ray-traced reflections, RTX Global Illumination, ambient occlusion, as well as the advanced NVIDIA DLSS.

All these advanced in-game features are essential for shooting games since they have many action scenes. Now, imagine using the ray-tracing function in a video game that revolves around surviving zombies.

Right now, many gamers want new zombies-shooting games that have ultra-high graphics. Various titles, such as "Call of Duty: Warzone," had already released new zombie modes with great visual effects.

But, an HD title that is completely about zombies is still rare in the gaming industry. If you want to see the actual 4K gameplay trailer of "The Day Before," you can play the Twitter video below.

Importance of Ray-Tracing Feature

This feature allows your favorite games to achieve more realistic graphics for those who don't know the effects of ray-tracing. 

It can do this by copying how the light refracts and reflects in the real world. This capability can provide a virtual environment that looks very realistic to the naked eye. 

As of the moment, some graphics cards support the ray-tracing feature, such as NVIDIA GeForce. However, the models that can use this in-game function are still limited. 

In other news, the recent Steam Wards Game 2021 was received by "Resident Evil," another video game about zombies. On the other hand, "Cyberpunk 2077" received the Best Story award. 

Meanwhile, Sony's PlayStation VR2 was unveiled at CES 2022. 

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