NVIDIA has released Portal: Prelude RTX, an RTX version of 2008’s unofficial Portal mod developed by Nicolas Grevet.
What is Portal: Prelude?
The mod features a challenging 8-10 hour campaign and was one of the highest-rated Portal Mods and the 2008 Portal ModDB award winner. The RTX version, developed with the help of the famous modder David Driver-Gomm, was created with NVIDIA RTX Remix and features full ray-tracing, NVIDIA DLSS 3, NVIDIA Reflex and NVIDIA RTX 10 support to deliver “the ultimate” experience for GeForce RTX owners. It is available for free for anyone who owns the original Portal.
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NVIDIA RTX Remix is a free, upcoming modding platform that enables modders to quickly create and share RTX mods for classic games, with enhanced visuals using ray tracing, NVIDIA DLSS 3 and NVIDIA Reflex.
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