Minecraft Super Duper graphics are no longer a thing, but Mojang has been working hard to bring Ray Tracing to the game for Windows 10. It will only be compatible with Nvidia RTX graphics cards due to its technical nature, but the people of the Eurogamer Digital Foundry store had in their hands the new feature that is currently under development.
Really impressive work has been done, as can be seen in the video above. The lights react with much more realistic blocks than in the vanilla game. You can even see reflections through objects such as water and glass, and light also reacts with textured blocks to give it a very real feeling.
Mojang is also working on other graphic enhancements to bring more devices to it. Most people who probably don't have a Windows 10 PC with an expensive Nvidia RTX GPU. The next improvements will be possible thanks to the work that the development company has been doing in the new Render Dragon engine that reaches the various platforms that support the Bedrock version of the game.
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Further reading: Minecraft, Mojang, Nvidia, Videogames, Windows 10