Modder ‘sultim-t’, the man behind the Path Tracing mods for Doom and Serious Sam TFE has released Quake Ray Traced. As the title implies, Quake Ray Traced offers full path tracing effects to id Software’s classic first-person shooter.
Quake Ray Tracing uses ray tracing to calculate global illumination, reflections, refractions, soft shadows and other visual effects. And below you can find a video that showcases this mod in action.
Sultim-t is also working on a path tracing mod for the first Half-Life game. Unfortunately, though, this mod has been delayed, and does not currently have any ETA.
You can download Quake Ray Traced from here. It’s also worth noting that by default, the game does not use DLSS 2. However, there is an installation guide via which you can enable it.
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