Eidos Montreal confirms multi-screen, 3D and DX11 support for Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 6 May 2011 08:33 GMT

Eidos Montreal has confirmed that it’ll feature full DirectX11 support, 3D and the ability to hook up multiple-monitors to play Deus Ex: Human Revolution on PC

Using AMD Eyefinity, players will be able to play the game on up to five monitors in uber-widescreen. 3D support will also be included.

“In Deus Ex: Human Revolution you see characters up close a lot as you interact with them, like in dialogues,” Jurjen Katsman, head of PC port developer Nixxes, told PC Gamer.

“Using tessellation to improve their look really helps make the world and the characters more believable, which is important in a story-heavy game like Deus Ex: Human Revolution.”

Director of technology at Eidos Montreal, Julien Bouvrais, adds: “When it comes to DX11 or AMD-specific features we have developed, we wanted to make sure they were adding to the game and not just tacked on without real purpose.”

Watch a video of producer David Anfossi, game director Jean-Francois Dugas and art director Jonathan-Jacques Belletête describing the features below.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution launches on August 26 in the UK for PS3, 360 and PC.

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