AMD today unveiled its new GPU, the AMD RADEON RX 6700 XT, which will arrive in Spain on March 18 at a price of 479 dollars. He has done it in a video in which they have taken the opportunity to show how good video games will look on PCs that incorporate this new graphics card, one of them being Resident Evil 8: Village, whose premiere is scheduled for May 7.
During the video there was a technical detail of the new Capcom game that we still did not know, and it turns out that Resident Evil 8: Village will have official support of ray-tracing on PC and be compatible with AMD FidelityFX technology. In fact, today the first scenes of this new installment of the horror saga were shown in which you can see how well the ray tracing feels to the Castillo Dimitrescu, one of the main stages of the game. You can see it in the video available below, specifically from the minute 9:42.
Tendrn ray-tracing their console versions next-gen?
At the moment no further details have been given about how the ray-tracing in Resident Evil 8: Village, we do not even know if it is possible to bring it to its versions of PS5 and Xbox Series X / S, next-generation consoles that have ray tracing using hardware that many new releases are already taking advantage of. There are few technical data that we know of this new installment, although the concept demo published in PS5 s helped us to see that it worked at a native resolution of 2160p at 60 frames per second “stable most of the time”.
In case Capcom does not disclose further technical details of Resident Evil 8: Village we will have to wait until its premiere of May 7th, the day it will go on sale for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 y Xbox One.