After the successful injection of RTX Remix (through Portal RTX), in games like Half-Life 2, Max Payne, SWAT 4, and SWAT 4, modders are trying to add RTX Remix renderer onto other classics. Unreal Tournament 2004 (reported as working) and Restaurant Empire 2 (reported as working).
Unreal Tournament 2004 was a great example of the arena-based multiplayer, first-person shooter genre. Epic and Digital Extremes created the game, which was released in March 2004. The high quality reviews attested to this. Metacritic score of 93/100.
YouTuber Aureate Douminus posted a gameplay video that shows UT 2004 enhanced with RTX Remix. It’s pretty cool.
Meanwhile, on ResetEraA2Z90, a user, took some photos of RTXRemix being dropped into Restaurant Empire 2. Enlight Software released Restaurant Empire 2 in June 2009. A2Z90 says that the RTX Remix renderer works well, but it can be difficult to navigate in-game menus.
This is not yet the full-fledged NVIDIA official tool. As such, you can expect all sorts of problems. Not only cannot textures be up-rezzed by the AI tool, but also the roughness and texture of the materials cannot easily been adjusted. This makes everything shiny.
Until NVIDIA releases an official tool, modders and other PC gamers will continue to try to inject RTX Remix in old classics. Keep checking back for more.