Batman can clean up everything in Arkham City except for the new villain that goes by the name of DX11
Subject: General Tech | December 7, 2011 - 12:57 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: dx11, batman arkham city, gaming
We have seen previously that at the time of release, Batman Arkham City was not really a DX11 game. Sure you could enable DX11 but it would make the game unplayable. [H]ard|OCP were one of the first to complain about the performance and recently they revisited the game now that we have some new drivers ... and were disappointed again. Right now the best experience you can have is with a GTX580 and with DX11 effects disabled. [H] feels this is truly sad as tessellation would bring a lot to the atmosphere of the game but until DX11 is fixed you simply won't be able to see the game as it should be. Their recommendation is to hold off on purchasing this game until they have fixed it.
"The Caped Crusader has returned to crack more skulls on the streets of Arkham City. Rocksteady has enhanced the venerable UE3 engine with DirectX 11 and PhysX support, but can this aging graphics engine really handle such large, richly detailed outdoor areas? You might be surprised."
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