After Portal, Half Life 2, and SWAT 4, fans have now turned to classic shooter Max Payne and are giving the title the ray tracing treatment.
After editing a modified version of the portal with RTX Remix Tool Fans have started using the tool for other titles as well. After Half Life 2 and SWAT 4, they are now dedicating themselves to Max Payne’s transformer with ray tracing. Some new screenshots of the project have now been posted and are making a good impression.
Max Payne RTX: No improved textures or models yet
New screenshots of Max Payne@employee Posted on Twitter. Amazing improvements in lighting effects appear. Unfortunately, it seems that the developers still don’t have access to the AI Texture Super Resolution Tool. So textures cannot be improved. But the project can also impress with old textures. According to the developer, it will continue to work on Max Payne RTX for a while.RTX is made directly from the developer of the project
Max Payne: Official new releases are also in the works
Meanwhile, Remedy Entertainment, the development studio behind Alan Wake and Control, is working on a remake of Max Payne Parts One and Two. The two titles are set to be combined into one game. The studio wants to use its own Northlight engine for this. The new version will be released for PC, Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X | S. The exact release date is not yet known.
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