NVIDIA and Epic Games came up with the Unreal Engine 4 RTX tech demo. Players can download the tech demo in order to try it out.
Unreal Engine 4 RTX tech demo available as of today
The Unreal Engine 4 RTX tech demo is available for everyone to download. This lets players test their PC’s and get some information on whether they should update their components or not. Now players can toggle raytracing, reflections, shadows and translucency to see how the components will act on the Attic demo that is available on the NVIDIA GPU’s.
Additionally, players will learn how RTX Global Illumination adds dynamic range to the scene with multi-bounce indirect lighting. You can also fiddle with the options in order to increase or decrease the effect thanks to the Unreal Engine 4 RTX tech demo. The demo also provides physics and interactivity, making the experience rich and lifelike.
You can download the Unreal Engine RTX tech demo by clicking here. But there is an exception. You need to own a dev account on Epic Games. It is relatively easy to do so you most probably will not have any problems creating a dev account. You can get more information about the dev accounts by clicking here. It is free so you can definitely give it a shot!
Lastly, you can watch the trailer of the tech demo just below. It is not just an ordinary demo. It is also a walkthrough. Here is the description of the video:
Experience the latest NVIDIA RTX technologies available in Unreal Engine. Toggle ray tracing on and off between reflections, shadows and translucency to see the impact these features have on the Attic demo and what they could bring to your project. You’ll also learn how RTX Global Illumination adds dynamic range to the scene with multi-bounce indirect lighting. Maximize these ray-tracing settings with DLSS, which will boost the frame rate of the Attic scene while maintaining a high resolution.