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Wednesday, 16 May 2007 09:31

Company of heroes DX10 patch in two weeks

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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May 29th

We've learnt that a game with great graphics - Company of Heroes - will get a DirectX 10 patch. Our informative sources confirmed that the patch comes on the 29th of May, so roughly in two weeks from now.

It is interesting that we have a rush of DirectX 10 benchmarks all of a sudden and it will be interesting to compare Nvidia's and ATI's DirectX 10 hardware under Vista.

The game looks awesome even in DirectX 9 and we can just imagine what it will look like with DirectX 10. You have to wait some two weeks for this demo, but we hope it will pay off.

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