A journalist with good news: Ray Tracing may soon be coming to Minecraft on Xbox Series.
Minecraft may soon get ray tracing support on Xbox Series X and S.
Could he finally be here?
This news comes from journalist Tom Warren at The Verge, who tweeted that the latest preview version of Minecraft is adding a ray tracing option. The release is only available to Xbox Insiders so far — not for everyone, it seems.
Here’s a closer look at Warren’s tweet:
Minecraft with Raytracing on Xbox? The latest version of Minecraft Preview is optimized for Xbox Series S/X and has early ray tracing support? pic.twitter.com/cqH0cuGbtS
Tom Warren March 28, 2022
“Minecraft with ray tracing on Xbox? The latest Minecraft preview is optimized for Xbox Series S/X and has early ray tracing support,” there writes and explains the whole thing in a small video.
VGC mentioned that its own version of Minecraft’s preview has an option for ray tracing, but it’s disabled. In addition, a message is displayed stating that the feature can only be run on officially supported devices.
Xbox gamers have been waiting for ray tracing support for Minecraft for a long time. So far, only PC gamers have benefited from the support. There is no official statement on the status of ray tracing for the Xbox version.
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