DirectX 11 is the only way to go.
Are engine improvements and DirectX 11 support worth revisiting this punishing RPG for?
Avalanche head of research Emil Persson explains why at GDC 2014.
Founder Roderick Kennedy also talks about more games taking advantage of DirectX 11/11.1.
DirectX 11 and AnvilNext detailed.
Beauty and the flame.
CD Projekt RED aiming for the title of "Prettiest RPG of All Time".
Such technologies will make it a big step forward over its predecessor.
Will most likely look even better than Crysis 3.
Good ol' Cevat wants you to approach Crysis 3 as you did the original Crysis. Which beckons the question: You upgraded to Vista?
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