The great news revealed by Nvidia at Gamescom on August 19th is that Call of Duty Modern Warfare will include full beam tracking with RTX GPUs, and the results are incredible.
Ray Tracking has pushed the envelope for what players are expecting for their favorite game graphics.
Full power is only available to computer owners who own Nvidia's new line of RTX cards, but the results are night and day beyond what games usually look like.
Modern Warfare receives radiation beam treatment.
Modern Warfare already uses a brand new engine that will make the game look better than ever on all platforms.
Although the game looks great on the PS4 and Xbox One, PC is where the title really is able to stretch its legs, and the power of ray tracing shows exactly what's missing current gen consoles.
Nvidia has released some screenshots of how the game looks with the new technology, along with a new trailer.
It's very easy to see how dramatic the changes are, and players who plan to experience Modern Warfare on a PC have to contend with strong calls not to upgrade their PC right now.
Although initially ray tracing was only available for the 20-series Nvidia GPUs, support was later introduced in the 10-series version, but this is a shortened version of the technology.
Modern Warfare has a brand new gaming engine.
Those at Gamescom have a chance to play Modern Warfare along with ray tracking and can shoot their own gameplay.
Modern Warfare is not the only game being revealed at Gamescom as ray tracking. Minecraft, which is currently undergoing its renaissance, is now able to trace the rays and completely transform how the game looks based on screenshots. Call of Duty Modern Warfare editions for PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 25, 2019.