Nvidia’s Minecraft Winter World Lets You Get Into The Holiday Spirit With RTX Enabled

Minecraft gets into the holiday spirit with the help of Nvidia. The new Nvidia RTX Winter World has just released a virtual world where Minecraft players can ride a roller coaster, pet small blocky animals in a petting zoo, and meet the Santa Claus voxel, all with the brightest lighting. realistic that no game has ever seen.

Built by artist Ushio Tokura, RTX Winter World is actually three worlds in one. The custom map is split into three snow globes, one being a winter theme park, the other is Santa’s Village, and the third is the most scenic winter landscape you have ever seen. The three total 38 acres, which is four times the size of Austria’s largest real-world seasonal event.


Related: Minecraft: What Is Soul Speed ​​& How To Get It?

And as we mentioned, it’s not just about pretty scenery. You can experience roller coasters, ice skating on a frozen lake, a penguin postal service, a Christmas village, and a petting zoo tent, all accompanied by playable stories and quests entrusted by the merry old Saint. Nick. There are also a ton of Easter eggs for fans of Christmas movies like Elf, It’s A Wonderful Life, and The Polar Express.

Minecraft Winter Wonderland 2
via planet Minecraft

It all takes advantage of Minecraft’s new ray tracing features, which launched just over a year ago. You will need a newer video card to take advantage of the artificial lighting built into the latest GPUs from Nvidia and AMD.

Nvidia has also partnered with the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity to raise funds for sick children during the holidays. There is a complete recreation of the Great Ormond Street Hospital and an in-game QR code that will allow you to contribute to the “Home for Christmas” charity campaign which seems to bring seriously ill children closer to home for the holidays. You can also make a donation directly to the association by following this link.

Minecraft Winter Wonderland 3
via Plent Minecraft

Minecraft remains one of the most popular games of all time and recently celebrated a milestone. YouTube produced a video that advertised that Minecraft’s content has been viewed over 1,000 billion times on the platform since the game’s launch and also featured a ton of Minecraft’s top content creators. You can check out the video and some cool stats in our previous coverage here.

Next: Whenever I Cried During Spider-Man: No Way Home

A collage showing the Isu and a safe from the Assassin's Creed series

Assassin’s Creed: Isu, explained

The precursor race of Assassin’s Creed has a long history, stretching back to the pieces of Eden.

Read more

About the Author

Comments are closed.