The latest update of the digital card game Artifact has made some fans hope that Valve’s Source 2 engine will support RTX and ray tracing. The engine is mainly used in Dota 2 and Half-Life: Alyx.
Tweet from SteamDB creator Pavel Dundick Two references to RTX have been proposed with unlikely abilities: in Valve’s less popular card game. Although there is no specific evidence to support ray tracing, it seems to be what happened behind the scenes of Artifact and even the entire Source 2 engine.
Two strings have been added to the game file: RTX and Raytracing shader.
It is not clear what these strings mean to Artifact and Source, and whether they have any meaning. However, this alone is enough to get half-life hope: Alyx ray tracing update, which is the latest game released on the Source 2 engine. Although that particular VR/RTX combination will definitely make high-end PCs bend their knees.
Others have new hopes for the final Source 2 port of the popular Valve game, and even to this day, such moves are still relatively rare.
Source 2 may be getting RTX/Raytracing support. Last Artifact Beta added “Raytracing Shader” and “RTX” strings. https: //t.co/UEuBP6PEue pic.twitter.com/k6Ks1Q8DWJJanuary 14, 2021
CS: GO is the Source 2 port that is frequently cited, but every rumor mentions the possibility of an engine upgrade, and two others claim that the project has been cancelled.
In either case, the RTX upgrade is not an overhaul that Artifact may need to gain new popularity on Steam, so these references may suggest that Valve has taken further deceptive measures in the “Holy Grail” of rendering technology. Although it has not been temporarily added to the game file as mentioned in the star and fork function and pulled out without much practical use.
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