Quake 2 was my least favourite entry in the original Quake trilogy. The sci-fi theme and the conflict with the Strogg resonated less with me than Quake 1’s Lovecraftian horror show and Quake 3’s frenetic multiplayer shenanigans.
But it was still pretty darn good.
And man, does it look good with NVIDIA’s new ray tracing tech.
I didn’t think I’d ever see the day when ray tracing started to be viable for real-time games.
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