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Crysis: Ray Tracing + Co-Op Extreme Modding

Tested on Asus ROG RTX 2080 Ti. Renowned shader injection tool Reshade is getting a ray traced global illumination upgrade and we've been experimenting with an alpha version - but how best to put it through its paces? How about combining it with classic Crysis, modding it to allow for multiplayer co-op and thus opening the door to a new Digital Foundry liveplay? After eight hours of frustrating failure, we got it working! NOTE: Only an h264 encode here as the HEVC version bizarrely turned out to be a larger file...

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