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Wednesday, 16 July 2008 10:58

EA, Sega and Blizzard to come with DX10.1 games

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Beware, Nvidia


We have learned that some major publishers, including Electronic Arts, Sega and Vivendi (Blizzard) plan to release DirectX 10.1 games.


We don’t know which titles will exactly show their faces as DirectX 10.1, but we have already reported that ATI wants to do some marketing with Blizzard and some of their upcoming games might support DirectX 10.1.

Nvidia will try to distract the market trying to make more interest for DirectX 11, as once you support DirectX 11 you will also support all that is in DirectX 10.1. Going for DirectX 10.1 now would make Nvidia look bad and this is the last thing that the big green graphics company needs.

 

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