Oppo showcases Snap 8 Gen 2 ray tracing in a shooter game

The presentation of Snapdragon 8 Gen2, which we will find on Xiaomi 13 Pro as well as on many other tops of the 2023 range, it has awakened the gaming soul of some companies. Oppo is among them. The Ray tracing has long been known to owners of powerful modern PCs and consoles. Now, the spectacular technology has made its way to smartphones and allo Snapdragon Summit 2022, and the Chinese company showed what mobile gaming with RTX On looks like.

On the occasion of the presentation of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Oppo shows its capabilities in the field of ray tracing. Here's how it performs in game

To showcase the capabilities of ray tracing technology, Oppo has unveiled a first person shooter game scene called Camp Guard with over 2.000 physics models, 800.000 triangles and nearly 100 textures. PhysRay Engine 2.0 driver optimizations have enabled the new mobile platform to display various ray traced effects at high frame rates

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Thanks to Variable Rate Shading (VRS), gameplay was smooth (60fps at 720p) with highly accurate light and shadow movement. Also, PhysRay Engine 2.0 supports all PBR textures (physical rendering) di basisincluding reflective surfaces. Oppo has also said that it will be the first company to launch a smartphone powered by the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 flagship processor. Although we know the fight will be fierce between it and Xiaomi. According to rumors, we are talking about the model Find the X6 Pro new generation, but there is no official confirmation of this information yet.

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