Best PC games with ray tracing

Which games have ray tracing and which are worth playing? We're exploring our favourites below.  (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Cyberpunk 2077 has always been undeniably good looking on PC. That's thanks to ray tracing which makes the futuristic streets of Night City really shine.  (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Zombies plus realistic lighting and shadows is a winning combination. (image credit: Techland)
Metro Exodus was one of the first games we played with ray tracing and it's stunning. The lighting really adds extra immersion to the environments here. (image credit: Deep Silver)
Fortnite has had a bit of a resurgence in popularity lately and that means even more people are enjoying its ray-traced visuals. (image credit: Epic Games)
This might be cheating a little bit as this is a mod for Red Dead Redemption 2 which adds ray tracing to it. But that's one of the perks of PC gaming, isn't it? (image credit: Rockstar)
Control is a fantastic game for many reasons. It has a rich story and incredible visuals which are even more convincing thanks to the glorious ray tracing. (image credit: Remedy)
Tomb raiding is so much more immersive with more realistic shadows and eye-catching lighting.  (image credit: Square Enix)
The horrors of war and the thrills are only amplified by the addition of ray tracing and this is a cracking PC game for sure.  (image credit: EA / DICE)
The Clean House mission stands out as one of the most striking and that's in part due to the eerily accurate lighting and shadows afforded by ray tracing tech. (image credit: Activision)
When you see what a difference ray tracing makes to Minecraft it's obvious why it's much better with it than without it.  (image credit: Nvidia)
The PC debut saw the addition of 21:9 widescreen support and graphical options that made it playable in as much as 8K with mods you can add ray tracing as well. (image credit: PlayStation PC LLC)