Speaking to financial analysts during the company's first-quarter earnings call, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang once again banged the drums about RTX. Huang pointed out that pretty much every game developer signed up for RTX and that ray-tracing is the way computer graphics will go in the future:
Stacy, the thing that I would add is this. I would say, I think the guidance is exactly what Colette mentioned. But if you look at the big picture, there's a few dynamics that are working really well in our favor. First, of course, is that RTX and ray tracing is just the home run. Minecraft was phenomenal. We have 33 games in the pipe that has already been announced or shipping. Just about every game developers signed on to RTX and ray tracing, and I think it's a foregone conclusion that this is the next generation. This is the way computer graphics is going to be in the future. And so I think RTX is a home run.