NVIDIA's Jeff Fisher explained that the company's Lightspeed Studios have added realistic lighting effects to the classic shooter. The revamped version offers time-of-day lighting, accurate sunlight, indirect illumination and reflections on water. As a consequence, the 22-year-old game has been given a new lease of life to demonstrate the power of NVIDIA's Turing architecture on older titles.
the title that you'll be able to snag from the NVIDIA website and Steam.
It's not clear, because what Fisher said and the slides behind him didn't agree with, but it may be the case that get the full game in this format. We'll hassle NVIDIA for more information on this and update our story when we know more. adaptive shading. That'll be available on May 28th, paired with the GeForce RT 2060, 2070, 2080 and 2080 Ti, although the company has not yet mentioned how much it'll cost.
ET: NVIDIA has confirmed that you already own Quake II you'll be able to play the whole title in ray tracing mode. It's $ 5 on Steam, if you want to get prepared.