A NVIDIA released an update to Portal RTX with some tweaks to improve RTX Remix compatibility, the modding platform to create RTX remasters of classic games. The news should encourage even more creators.
According to NVIDIA Technical Lead Alex Dunn, the new RTX Remix build arrives with some more critical bug fixes and other small improvements, including the much-requested low and mid graphics presets.
“We’ve taken a look at some of the common issues the community is experiencing and compiled some fixes that we feel are low risk enough to include in the RTX patched Portal,” shared the technician.
Alex Dunn pointed out that all RTX Remix compatibility issues reported by the community have not been fixed, but that a good part of the difficulties should be resolved and this will help resolve some of the conflicts in the tool.
The release of RTX Remix allowed many modders to remaster classic games with technology developed by NVIDIA. Even this week, some screenshots of the game Max Payne with Ray Tracing excited many fans of the series.
However, many games simply do not work with the tool. Thankfully, the community effort has impressed NVIDIA to the point where the latest Portal RTX update also introduces some tweaks to improve overall compatibility.