You may not have heard about INDUSTRIA, unless you saw Digital Foundry's coverage of this PC game featuring DLSS and ray tracing (on shadows, reflections and ambient occlusion), but it is a very demanding one even on high end machines. Clearly, it should not be the case when deactivating ray tracing and when using DLSS with our i9 9900K and RTX 2080 Ti, as framerate still drops regularly under 60 and lowering the resolution (with the scaling option, for some reason, we can't seem to be able to change resolution manually). Aside from that, the game's atmosphere is really intriguing, but Bleakmill's title is best played with a mouse and keyboard. For some reason, playing with a controller doesn't feel right and we even add to map certain functions like the sprint button to it as they were not available on the default layout. Moreover, we're not too fond of the old school melee combat which makes it difficult not to get hit. That said, the feedback on Steam is mostly positive, so if you like what you see in our long gameplay video, it's certainly worth a look.