NVIDIA Releases Racer RTX Racing Mini Game

In order to let users better understand the new possibilities that GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards bring to games, NVIDIA has released the Racer RTX racing mini-game, which can be downloaded and tried for free in November this year.

According to NVIDIA, you can control a realistically shaped and precisely controlled RC car to drive around in 4 distinctly styled scenes filled with photo-realistic objects, all powered by NVIDIA Omniverse, a 3D content creation and collaboration platform, in real time. Do a simulation. The Universal Scene Description (USD)-based level includes 1811 hand-modeled, textured, simulated footage objects, built in 3 months using Omniverse by NVIDIA artists scattered across 12 time zones.

Artists use their favorite design and content creation tools such as Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya, Blender, Modo, Maxon ZBrush, Adobe Substance 3D Painter, Substance 3D Designer, Photoshop, Illustrator, Rizom UV, and SideFX Houdini, via USD file format Enable interoperability and collectively contribute to a shared Omniverse world.

Leveraging the power of GeForce RTX 40-series graphics cards and NVIDIA DLSS 3's game-changing optical multi-frame generation technology, each environment is fully ray-traced with panoramic ray tracing, rendering at 60 FPS at 4K resolution. NVIDIA RTX Direct Illumination (RTXDI), NVIDIA Reservoir-Based Resampling of Spatiotemporal Importance Global Illumination (ReSTIR GI), multiple ray bounces, and multiple ray-based computations even create more accurate shadows, lighting effects in real-time in-game A more realistic world.

According to the change of time, the ambient lighting effect during the day will be updated instantaneously accordingly, and the scene can be changed instantaneously by turning on the lights or other lighting effects at night.

The ultimate in accurate and real-time simulation on PC. Things in the environment are not static props, but rigid bodies, cloth and fluid simulations. Baseballs roll, toys are knocked over, because the laws of real-world physics are calculated in real time. Materials are depicted accurately, everything in the environment is fully interactive, and it gives you full ray traced effects at high frame rates.

NVIDIA RTX 4090 will be available on October 12, and the RTX 4080 will be available in November.

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