Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli has said developing Crysis 2 to be playable on most PC systems ended up “backfiring” on the firm.
Crytek’s detailed in a post, since pulled, on the MyCrysis website the DirectX11 update for Crysis 2.
That’s the word from the community manager on the Total War forum. He’s also “The Creative Assembly Lieutenant’, so it’s best not to argue.
Crytek has shot down rumors that Crysis 2 would soon be getting DirectX 11 support included in a patch.
AMD has comprised a list of games that will support DirectX11, and DICE’s Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is on the list. According to The Tech Report, AMD handed over the list of games during a presentation, and it is worth noting that S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat is listed as well, although listed with an incorrect […]
Codemasters told VG247 today that the October’s Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising won’t have DX11 support at launch, but it doesn’t sound as though a future update’s being ruled out. “Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising will not support DX11 out of the box,” said a rep by email. “Colin McRae DiRT 2 will be our lead title […]