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Don't expect a miraculous uptick in visual quality -- these ray tracing effects only use to shadows, and that means you're simply going to see a softer, more realistic areas of darkness when you're making use of the option.
You'll need a GPU that supports ray tracing tier 1.1, with the latest drivers, as well as the May 2020 upgrade for Windows 10 -- also, clearly, you'll need to be using DirectX 12.
You can head into the Blizzard site to opt-in to get an opportunity at beta access, too.
The folks at Wowhead have captured a load of contrast shots to reveal what people ray-traced shadows seem like. It is a shame WoW ray tracing won't go past shadows for now, since the stylised design and simple character models would appear incredible beneath the spotlight of extremely realistic lighting.
Blizzard first detailed Shadowlands at Blizzcon 2019. The expansion features five brand new zones for players to explore, a pumped leveling system which compresses the old one to 60 levels and new personalization options buy WOW Classic TBC Gold, including the option to modify the sex of your personality without paying a commission.