'Portal' -- Remastered by Nvidia With Ray Tracing -- Arrives in November

Nvidia has flexed its ray tracing muscles to give the 2007 hit game a refreshing new look.

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Nvidia revealed Tuesday that along with a series of powerful new graphics cards, it will release a remastered version of the 2007 critically acclaimed PC game Portal.

The new version, titled Portal RTX, has been built using ray tracing and the "accelerated performance of Nvidia DLSS 3 and the best responsiveness with Nvidia Reflex," according to a tweet from the Nvidia GeForce account.

Nvidia released a one-minute video showing what the game will look like with ray tracing.

Portal RTX will be available on PC sometime in November as a free DLC. It can already be added it to your wish list on Steam

Nvidia didn't respond to a request for comment.