Ray Tracing as a minimum requirement
4A Games has announced that Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition will be launching on PC on May 6th and it will bring a lot of improvements, including support for DLSS 2.0 and additional ray tracing features.
Battlefield V, Anthem, and Metro Exodus
Nvidia has launched its new RTX Triple Threat game bundle, offering up to three big AAA titles for those that buy an RTX series graphics card or system featuring these graphics cards.
Works good but with limitations
Nvidia was quite keen to announce that both Battlefield V and Metro Exodus got DLSS support, boosting performance by up to 40 percent, but there is a slight catch.
For some additional eye-candy
The upcoming Metro Exodus game from 4A Games is probably one of the most anticipated games that will be coming in February 2019, and according to known details, it will be using some of the Nvidia RTX technologies, as well as Hairworks and PhsyX.
Battlefield V, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and more
Preparing for the availability of its first Geforce RTX 20-series graphics cards, Nvidia has also released all the gaming trailers and demos that use some of the RTX technologies, like the Ray Tracing.
Gets a new gameplay trailer at Microsoft's E3 2018 showcase
Announced back at The Game Awards 2017, Metro Exodus has been previously delayed from autumn 2018 to the first quarter of 2019 and it appears that THQ Nordic, has stayed true to its announcement as the game is likely to launch on February 22nd, 2019.
Other titles on track with no release date
During its financial earnings call, THQ Nordic said that its Metro Exodus game has been delayed to 2019, while other big titles are still on track, but still without a specific date.
Should put a lot of strain on the hardware
4A Games has confirmed that its upcoming Metro Exodus game will support Nvidia's recently announced RTX raytracing technology.