As promised, the beta version of the popular Minecraft game with RTX support is now publicly available today. It is a special version of the Windows 10 application that uses ray tracing, physical rendering and other advanced 3D graphics rendering technologies to completely change the look of the game environment.
With a 256x resolution, Miranda is a realistic Resource Pack, that’s for sure. The possibilities offered by this setting are fully exploited to bring a multitude of details to the game’s textures
The beta version is already available for download: to do so, you need to register on the Xbox Insider website to get the download link. You can also download a separate Insider application and do it there. This is an open beta version of Minecraft RTX, so the whole registration and download process won’t take long. The game requires an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card or better.
In the game, users will be able to explore six new RTX worlds specifically designed to showcase graphic innovations from the creators of Minecraft. Although the beta version supports multiplayer mode, the game can only be played with comrades who have launched the same version of the application.
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