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Zelda Breath of the Wild, Kingdom Come Deliverance Beta & Watch Dogs in 8K with Reshade Ray Tracing

Digital Dreams has shared a number of videos last week, showcasing Zelda Breath of the Wild, Kingdom Come Deliverance Beta and Watch Dogs in 8K with Reshade Ray Tracing.

In order to capture these gameplay footages, Digital Dreams used an NVIDIA GeForce RTX3090. The YouTuber also used an AMD Ryzen 9 3900x 4.5Ghz with 32GB of RAM.

Zelda Breath of the Wild was running on CEMU and looks better than ever. This emulated version looks miles better than the original WiiU version.

On the other hand, the Beta version of Kingdom Come Deliverance looks, by default, better than its retail version. This is mainly due to a more advanced lighting system that the beta uses. And, thanks to Reshade Ray Tracing, Kingdom Come Deliverance pushes amazing graphics.

As for Watch Dogs, Ubisoft’s open-world title can still look great in 8K with Reshade Ray Tracing. Furthermore, Digital Dreams used the Natural & Realistic Lighting Mod.

Lastly, and speaking of 8K videos, here are Just Cause 3GTA 5 and Crysis 3 running in 8K. You can also find Assassin’s Creed ValhallaAssassin’s Creed Origins and Skyrim in 8K. Oh, and we have also shared 8K videos for Red Dead Redemption 2Batman Arkham Knight, Battlefield 1 & Metal Gear Solid 5, as well as Diablo 3, Battlefield Bad Company 2, COD: Modern WarfareRIDE 4Halo RemasterForza Horizon 5The Witcher 3Final Fantasy 7 RemakeMonster Hunter Rise and Horizon Zero Dawn.


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