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Dhruin October 29th, 2010 23:10

Two Worlds II - Min/Max DX11 Comparison Screens
 
Again from PC Games.de, Two Worlds Vault has a side-by-side comparison of minimum and maximum settings using DX11 and 1920x1080 res.
More information.

Daroou October 29th, 2010 23:10

So is the game going to force us to play at minimum quality to see lots of hidden items in the grass? Hope not.

JDR13 October 30th, 2010 07:13

I wasn't even aware that TW2 was going to be DX11…

Those screens look pretty nice, but I don't see anything that looks like it couldn't have been done in DX10.

Melvil October 30th, 2010 07:36

DX11 has slightly better quality and performance, if you can code it in 11, you avoid 10. Sucks for those that can't afford an upgrade yet. That said, I was under the impression that there was a dx10 client as well.

Daroou October 30th, 2010 11:00

There's no need for a DX10 client. DX11 works on DX10 hardware, except for the DX11 exclusive features. So there's no reason to release a DX10 game if it's already coded for DX11.

mazling October 30th, 2010 11:03

The rock face textures look a bit poor but everything else is really nice.
Colours seem to be really distorted in low gfx mode though…

Alrik Fassbauer October 30th, 2010 12:20

Do Direktx 11 things run on Windows XP as well ?

basharran October 30th, 2010 13:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer (Post 1061031897)
Do Direktx 11 things run on Windows XP as well ?

No, like DirectX 10 the support is only for Vista/7 and future platforms.

azarhal October 30th, 2010 13:57

I am extremely surprised by Two Worlds 2 reviews so far. Looks like the developer and publisher really learned from the first game.

Zloth October 30th, 2010 15:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daroou (Post 1061031840)
So is the game going to force us to play at minimum quality to see lots of hidden items in the grass? Hope not.

Your second link is messed up and, even when fixed, goes to the same pic - but I know what you mean, I was thinking the same thing. If you are looking for an alchemy plant, it's going to stand out like a sore thumb on low settings but it will be one plant among many in the high settings.

To others - I'm sure there are settings in between the min and max. A pity they didn't show max DX9 settings. Also, I saw no signs of tessalation (sp?) - which I'm really excited about.

bemushroomed October 30th, 2010 20:50

Another review:

http://www.gamingxp.de/bericht-4144-…_worlds_ii.htm

Good score as usual (91%)


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