Players discovered that Capcom recently removed the ray tracing function in the update for the remake of “Resident Evil 2” and “Resident Evil 3” on Steam. Last year, these two games and “Resident Evil 7” ushered in a “next-generation” update, which added light pursuit and improved resolution and frame rate.
Players said that after the game update, there is no ray tracing option in the graphics settings, and the DX12 version of the game is running, and Dolby Atmos is also gone. Previously, Capcom announced that it would no longer support the DX11 version of “Resident Evil 2 Remake” and “Resident Evil 3 Remake” from July, and only supported the DX12 version. DX12 itself supports light pursuit, and these two games were previously There is also a ray tracing option.
As of press time, Capcom has not made an official statement on why this feature was canceled.