Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics and Nixxes Software announced that starting today, Rise of the Tomb Raider for PC will support DirectX 12 on Steam and the feature will be coming soon to The Windows 10 Store.
By adding DirectX 12 support to Rise of the Tomb Raider, processors will be able to spread CPU rendering work over all CPU cores, without introducing additional overhead. This will enable users with high-end graphics cards but low-end CPU to run the game at higher frame-rates, graphical settings and other technical enhancements like never before.
The update is already integrated with NVIDIA’s GEFORCE Game Ready Driver, to download HERE.
Please visit the official Rise of the Tomb Raider blog for a detailed post from Nixxes Studio Head Jurjen Katsman that dives deep into this new technology.
Rise of the Tomb Raider builds upon the formula that made Tomb Raider a success, and features the return of Camilla Luddington as Lara Croft. Camilla will take character performance to new heights as Lara pushes herself beyond human limits and is confronted with what it means to become a hero. Once again, Crystal Dynamics is proud to have the award-winning author Rhianna Pratchett as a key member of the writing team, helping craft a story that delves into Lara’s inner turmoil and motivations in this critical second act of her journey.