Deus Ex Human Revolution feature

ENBSeries Mod may add Ray Tracing to Deus Ex Human Revolution, first comparison screenshots

Last month, ENBSeries creator, Boris Vorontsov, shared some screenshots, showcasing some new ENBSeries graphical features for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Boris was able to enable Detailed Shadows, Ambient Occlusion, Screen-Space Reflections. And yesterday, Boris shared some screenshots, showing some lovely experimental Ray Tracing effects.

For these Ray Tracing effects, Boris used 5 rays per pixel. Moreover, he did not use any denoiser (which explains why the screenshots are so grainy). Boris hopes to make this Ray Tracing solution usable with minimal number of bugs in order to integrate it in GTA5 and Skyrim for Patreon users.

Below you can find the comparison screenshots between the Ray Tracing (left) and the non-Ray Tracing (right) versions of Deus Ex Human Revolution. As you can immediately see, the ray-traced screenshots look more natural.

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Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

John Papadopoulos

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