The first DirectX 12 supported game for Windows 10 to be available next week

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Microsoft recently revealed DirectX 12. The latest iteration of DirectX comes with a handful of new features, including better lighting and some other new features. If you’re waiting to get your hands on a DirectX 12 game, you’ll be glad to know that you don’t have to wait longer. Oxide Games is going to release its DirectX 12 supported game “Ashes of the Singularity” next week. The publisher of the game, Stardock’s CEO, Brad Wardell today announced the game on this blog. Brad stated:

“This will be the first time Ashes of the Singularity is being made available ‘in the wild’. We want to see how the engine is working and start building a core community to work with as we begin to implement proper balance, UI, hardware compatibility, etc”

The game will require a video require which supports DirectX 11 or 12 with 2GB RAM, 8GB or RAM and a display with pixels of 1920×1080 resolution. It’s also worth mentioning that the game requires Windows 10 64-bit. Keep in mind that the game is still under development (alpha) and don’t be surprised if there’s a lot of bugs or any kind of lag.

Source: Ashes of the Singularity – Little Tiny Frogs | Via: WC

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