We’ve been waiting for months to see what the next generation games and ray tracing will really look like on the Xbox Series X. Today, we’ll get our first glimpse of tracing capabilities. rays of the next generation Xbox, thanks Watch Dogs: Legion. Set in London, the game includes drones, self-driving cars and lots of historical sites to explore.
Because it is usually wet and dark Watch Dogs: LegionThe game also includes lots of reflective, dark puddles and bright neon signs that are perfect for ray tracing. Xbox Series X’s enhanced version Watch Dogs: Legion will include beam reflections, improved shade quality and even variable refresh rates.
The Xbox Series X version of the game runs at full 4K resolution and consistent 30fps with ray tracing. Therefore, Ubisoft promises a “smooth cinematic gaming experience”. This same ray tracing will also be enabled on the Xbox Series S, albeit obviously at a lower resolution.
We played Watch Dogs: Legion on the RTX 3090 with super settings and maximum ray tracing at 1440p / 55fps this week. While it’s hard to compare brief gameplay examples from Ubisoft today and our own shots (below), the Xbox Series X seems to offer some good ray-tracing results following both. way.
Optimized version of Watch Dogs: Legion will launch on November 10, the same day Microsoft launches its next-generation Xbox Series X and S consoles.