A new video compares what Resident Evil 4 Remake looks like with and without ray tracing
Resident Evil 4 Remake finally arrived yesterday at the stores, allowing us to enjoy in PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC of the ambitious reimagining of one of the most mythical, important and influential games in all of history. As many of you already know, the title includes a good handful of video configuration options on both PC and next-generation consoles, and how could it be otherwise, among them we find the possibility of activating or deactivating ray tracing for more realistic lighting and reflections.
Now, YouTube channel ElAnalistaDeBits has just published a new video in which they show us the differences between playing with this technology and without it with a comparison of eleven minutes, which should help us decide if the graphic improvement it brings is worth us. the penalty and compensates for the impact it could have on the performance of the game. You can see it just above this paragraph to judge for yourselves.
All about Resident Evil 4 Remake in vandal
In vandal We were already able to complete the game from start to finish and last week we brought you our analysis, where we told you that “Resident Evil 4 Remake it’s all a game. Is about one of the best, most intense and most varied action adventures that we have been able to enjoy in recent years. A title that does not allow us to get bored for a single second and that does not stop delighting us with new situations and exquisitely designed combats full of possibilities. In addition, the enormous amount of changes, novelties and surprises that it brings with it makes it tremendously enjoyable regardless of whether or not we have played the original, finding a perfect balance between the new and the old that works wonderfully.
In addition, we also have the best and most complete guide that you will find in Spanish, so if you need help to find any of its collectibles or overcome a challenge, we recommend that you do not hesitate to take a look at it.