Microsoft has announced the most anticipated Racing Game for Xbox One at the E3 2015 and we have already shared a Gameplay video of the game which is looking very promising. Well, today we have a bad news for Xbox One folks around the world. As the new reports are suggesting that the Forza Motorsport 6 isn’t using the new DirectX 12.

Forza Motorsport 6 Is Not Using The New DirectX 12


The game is being developed on ForzaTech Engine and it was accepted that the engine will bolster DirectX 12. In any case, this doesn’t appear to be the situation as Forza Motorsport 6 won’t be running on the new API.

The report guarantees that Kal El from TiC podcast facilitated Turn10 Studios’ Dan Greenwalt. Amid a meeting he was inquiring as to whether the following installment of the popular racing establishment will utilize DX12. The response to that question was a basic no!

Turn10 has said already that Forza Motorsport 6 will keep running at 60Fps and full 1080p resolution. The title additionally highlights element climate and enhanced impact physical science, if the E3 trailer is to be accepted.

Every one of these components will be running on an adjusted rendition of DX11, as uncovered by Dan Greenwalt amid the podcast. Some may see it as a failure, however, in the event that you take a gander at the footage demonstrated as such, Turn10 has possessed the capacity to do ponders with DX11, as Forza has never looked better.

Then again, games dependably look better before release and we will need to hold up until the last form to check whether Forza 6 is the thing that it gives off an impression of being.

The Xbox One exclusive Forza Motorsport 6 is slated for a release on September 15. The game will be available in three different versions:

Standard Edition: $59.99, £49.99, €69.99
Deluxe Edition: $79.99, £60.99, €89.99
Ultimate Edition: $99.99, £76.99, €109.49

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