Earlier on this month, Microsoft revealed that it would be taking the wraps off DirectX 12 at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco this week, and true to its word, the software maker has delivered the goods. The landmark release, which offers several improvements to the graphics and gaming API, supports a plethora of the software maker’s major platforms, including the Xbox One, mobile, and of course, PC. Catch the full details right after the leap!
Microsoft's DirectX programming API may, at times, have drawn criticism from the likes of AMD, but in a new announcement of DirectX 12, the software giant has outlined its intention to continue developing and improving it. The Windows maker has begun sending out invitations for the official unveiling of DirectX 12 at the Games Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, which kicks off on March 20th.