Black Myth: Wukong’s New RTX Trailer Showcases Breathtaking In-Game World

Nvidia expands on the forthcoming RPG with a fresh video.

Story Highlights

  • Black Myth: Wukong is a promising upcoming action RPG by Chinese developer Game Science. 
  • A new Nvidia trailer for the game focuses on its ray tracing features and a showcase of DLSS 3.5. 
  • A clip that features a boss fight of the protagonist has also been showcased with terrific visuals.

If there’s one game I cannot control my excitement for this year, it’s certainly Black Myth: Wukong. Chinese developer Game Science first showed off the project way back in 2020 with a gameplay reveal, and trust me, the majority of the industry had their interest piqued right there and then. Now, Nvidia has released a ray tracing-focused trailer for the forthcoming RPG, highlighting terrific visuals and glimpses of a boss fight as well. 

YouTube video

It’s clear that the in-game world of Wukong looks outright phenomenal, and Nvidia, in a new blog post, has confirmed that Game Science has joined hands with the tech industry giant to upgrade the title “with Full Ray Tracing, which will be enhanced by NVIDIA DLSS 3.5.” That certainly translates to a rich environment, filled with breathtaking detail. 

Enabling Full Ray Tracing in Black Myth: Wukong sees environmental effects and detail taken to the next level. Reflections on water reflect all surrounding detail. Water caustics add further realism, accurately rendering the refraction and reflection of light. Fully ray-traced Global Illumination ensures lighting indoors and outdoors is pixel perfect, darkening areas where light is occluded or doesn’t reach, and realistically illuminating the world by bouncing light,” says Nvidia.

 Black Myth: Wukong Is One Of The Most Anticipates Releases Of 2024

Thanks to the new trailer, Black Myth: Wukong will feature fully ray-traced water caustics, reflections, global illumination, and shadows. To add to that, one user pointed out some of the other changes that Game Science has made to the game over time that the Chinese gamer community was able to highlight. These include improvements to the particular percussion sound and better hit effect response. 

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Black Myth: Wukong makes landfall on August 20, 2024, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC

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