While the IT managers of the world stress about Windows 10’s buggy mail client, default browser, and dodgy domains, Microsoft’s latest and greatest OS is an exciting proposition for the gamers.
New Windows, if you didn’t know, comes with DirectX 12, which promises significant performance increases (particularly for AMD graphics card users) thanks to its new low-level API features.
The trouble is there aren’t currently any games out there that use DX12. While Nvidia and AMD have both launched new drivers to bring DX12 support to a range of their GPUs offered today, there’s not a single DX12 game to play.
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