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ATI paid over a million to get DX11 in DiRT 2

Posted on Monday, September 21 2009 @ 16:26:39 CEST by

FUD Zilla heard AMD gave Codemasters over a million dollars to make DiRT 2 DirectX 11 capable. The PC version of DiRT 2 was originally scheduled to arrive this month with the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, but the addition of DirectX 11 effects has pushed the game to December 2009.
Don’t expect any miracles, as developers will only get some minor things enabled and knowing how desperate the gaming industry is these days, they gladly accepted the opportunity to get some free cash for exchange for a few effects in DirectX 11.

ATI desperately need to push the sales of its heavily overpriced DirectX 11 cards that are supposed to launch on September 23rd (two days from press time) and having games such as Dirt 2 and Stalker 2 might help.



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