To celebrate the launch of Metro Exodus, nVidia, 4A Games, and Deep Silver have shown off some of the game’s real life inspiration.
NVIDIA have just announced a new line of ray-tracing gaming laptops powered by the GeForce RTX and are ready to show how close in game graphics are to reality.
To do that, Deep Silver sent Instagram specialist Dylan Furst to Chernobyl in the Ukraine with an RTX 2080 powered ASUS ROG Zephyrus S to compare in-game shots to the real thing.
The results are pretty startling, quite honestly. And it really shows just how much effort and work goes into developing a modern day video game.
Metro Exodus is seen as one of several feature titles to make best use of NVIDIA’s RTX technology, more specifically Ray Traced Global Illumination, which makes it possible for the game to look the way it does.
See for yourself…
Metro Exodus is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.