Quake 2 experiment brings ray tracing to growing old graphics playing cards

AMD has lastly enabled hardware-accelerated ray tracing on its GPUs with the discharge of the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT, however some intelligent builders have discovered a technique to allow the tech in Quake 2 on older GPUs. 

A commit from the parents on the Mesa 3D Graphics Library posted a pull request on FreeDesktop for a software program implementation that may enable customers with older AMD graphics cards – particularly these on Navi 10, Vega and Polaris – to allow ray tracing in Quake 2. Nonetheless, it is a bit extra sophisticated than updating a driver and working Quake 2 by way of Steam. 

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