Quake II RTX gets better visuals with 1.2 update

Posted on Wednesday, Nov 27 2019 @ 14:33 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA rolled out version 1.2 of its Quake II RTX remaster. This update has over 400 new textures, better water rendering, better metal rendering, better glass rendering, better denoising, and various other enhancements. NVIDIA details the changes over here and provides plenty of before and after screenshots.
In June, we released Quake II RTX, our ray-traced remaster of the beloved 1997 first-person shooter. Now, we’re launching a major v1.2 update that further improves graphical fidelity, and introduces new configuration options so you can tailor the experience to your liking. Most noticeably, we’ve updated over 400 textures to improve image quality, and have improved the rendering of metals, which together significantly enhance the look of many levels and areas.
You can download Quake II RTX over here. The NVIDIA download includes all the content from the shareware version of Quake II and if you have the full version you can add the rest too.

Quake II RTX v1.2

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