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How to get and play Minecraft RTX Beta



Microsoft has partnered with Nvidia to bring Ray Tracing to Minecraft though its GeForce RTX Platform. We will walk you though getting Minecraft RTX beta installed and up and running though this how to article.

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What is Minecraft RTX beta?

Microsoft and NVIDIA are integrating Ray Tracing support into a beta version of Minecraft. With that integration comes huge improvements in light and shadows visuals. Ray Tracing delivers a sense of realism to the familiar blocking world on Minecraft. Minecraft RTX has launched as an exclusive via the Microsoft Store on Windows 10 and need a NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics card.

Can my PC run Minecraft RTX beta?

If you have a RTX graphic card then jump to the next step. need RTX compatible hardware, check out the links below.

  • GeForce RTX 2060
  • GeForce RTX 2060
  • SuperGeForce RTX
  • 2070GeForce RTX 2070
  • SuperGeForce RTX 2080
  • GeForce RTX 2080
  • SuperGeForce RTX 2080 Ti
  • Nvidia Titan RTX

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Step 1) Get Minecraft


Windows 10 download code

Step 2) Get Xbox Insider Hub app

Xbox Insider Hub

Windows 10 Xbox Insider Hub App

Step 3) Open the Xbox Insider Hub app

Step 4) Join the Minecraft for Windows 10 beta Program

Step 5) Tap on the Manage Button

Step 6) Select Minecraft for Windows 10 RTX Beta

Step 7) Startup Minecraft RTX Beta

Step 8) Turn on DirectX Ray Tracing

Step 9) Get some RTX Worlds in the Marketplace

There are six RTX worlds currently.

Step 10) Jump in!

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When playing Minecraft RTX beta, Ray Tracing can be enabled and disabled on the fly via the semicolon( ; ) as a hotkey.

“To experience ray tracing you can either download a free RTX enabled world from the Marketplace,” states Mojang. “[O]r create your own textures that make use of the physically based rendering system and sideload them into the game.”


Source: Mojang, Microsoft



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