Brand New Versions Of GTA 3, Vice City, And San Andreas With Ray Tracing Technology
GTA fans have managed to add ray tracing technology to the iconic games of the series, GTA 3, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas. Video game enthusiasts have met a brand new image technology in the last few years. This technology, known as “ray tracing”, makes the images in games appear much more realistic through shadows and reflections by tracing the path of light as pixels in an image plane and simulating the effects of its encounters with virtual objects. This technology, which made a huge difference in terms of graphics quality, also appears in new generation game consoles. In addition, the developers are trying to support the games they are working on with this technology.
The Contribution Of Ray Tracing Technology To Game Graphics
In fact, ray tracing technology is not just an innovation that developers focus on. Fans of some games can also bring ray tracing support to games that have long been forgotten today. We now see the latest example of this as made in GTA 3, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas, one of the iconic games of Rockstar Games. GTA 3, released in 2001, was the first game of the series with 3D graphics. Developed in today’s standards, the game could work with 32 MB Direct3D supported graphics cards. While the game was etched in the memory of many of us, some fans managed to add a brand new technology to the 19-year-old GTA 3. When you compare the image above with the original of the game, you can see the difference very clearly.
Millions of GTA fans have entered this place dozens of times with Tommy Vercetti, the legend of an era. This place, where we sometimes massacre and sometimes collect revenue, has its share of new generation technologies. The Malibu Club, which has been revived with ray tracing technology, is now much more vivid compared to the original version.
GTA San Andreas was released for PlayStation 2 in 2004. Of course, in those years, ray tracing technology was not even dreamed of. We can easily say that the work done adds a new atmosphere to the game.