In the mix of the announcements for all of the new GeForce RTX tech out at CES 2022, it seems like the new visuals for The Day Before slipped right through the cracks of it all. This is the new open-world MMO title coming from Fntastic and MYTONA for the PC on June 21st that will take us into a whole new post-pandemic world out there. Thankfully, this post-pandemic is of the zombie variety and not the one we are still going through here. Now we get to see how The Day Before will be taking things to a new level of detail out there for an MMO than many are used to. While not the first to go toward the realistic path, this one is giving us all of the fancy new features the hardware out there will be taking advantage of.
Just as to be expected, these new options for gameplay does make The Day Before look amazing for the experience. The following video shows us not only how the environments will look while turned off and on, but it gives us some of the action in the mix. That has to be the bigger highlight here for The Day Before, as the infected are not some basic slouches and there does not look to be any downgrade in the mix. Rather impressive, but that is not with much of a massive hoard out there. That is where it is going to take the true test. I am sure it will still work well in those instances, but it is just not shown here in the new footage we have today.
The Day Before — GeForce RTX 4K Gameplay
Check out the GeForce RTX 4K Gameplay for The Day Before, a new open-world MMO survival set in a deadly, post-pandemic America overrun by flesh-hungry infected and survivors killing each other for food, weapons, and cars.
Looking like a cross between The Last Of Us and The Division, The Day Before is an open-world survival game coming to PC with elements of PvP and PvE, pitting you against other players and the game's take on zombies called infected.
What are your thoughts on the new visuals we have here for The Day Before and does it keep up with the current state of things? Do you think it will run slower once we see a mass of infected on the screen or will it function perfectly well with a normal-sized crowd out there? Will you be able to run the game with these settings or will you still need to luck out and find one of the video cards out there? Tell us all down in the comments what you are thinking and then feel free to discuss it all. More for The Day Before will be coming, so keep a close eye on the site for all of that and everything else we are able to bring to you.