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Teardown Is Stunning: Next-Generation Physics + Lighting!

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Join Alex Battaglia for the lowdown on Teardown - a voxel ray traced game on PC with next-generation destruction and physics. In this video Alex goes through how the ray tracing works, just how detailed the physics are, how the game plays, and how it runs on mid-range PC hardware.


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