We’ve been waiting months for what the next generation of games and ray tracing will truly look like on Xbox Series X. Today we’ll take a look at the next generation Xbox’s ray tracing features for the first time. Watch Dogs: Legion. Set in London, this game includes drones, self-driving cars, and many historic sites to explore.
Because it is often wet and dark Watch Dogs: Legion, The game contains lots of reflective puddles, shadows and bright neon signs perfect for ray tracing. An improved version of the Xbox Series X Watch Dogs: Legion It also includes rate-laid reflections, improved shadow quality, and variable refresh rates.
The Xbox Series X version of the game runs at full 4K resolution and a consistent 30 fps with ray tracing enabled. As a result, Ubisoft promises a “smooth, cinematic gameplay experience”. This same ray tracing is obviously active on the Xbox Series S even at lower resolutions.
We were playing Watch Dogs: Legion I used ray tracing up to 1440p/55fps this week on the RTX 3090 with super-fast settings. It’s hard to compare Ubisoft’s gameplay today with a simple example of self-capture (below), but the Xbox Series X seems to deliver decent raytrace results either way.
Optimized version Watch Dogs: Legion It will be available on November 10th, the same day Microsoft releases the next generation Xbox Series X and S consoles.