AMD officially proudly announced that the next three blockbuster games which are going to Support AMD Mantle are: Battlefield Hardline, Dragon Age: Inquisition and Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare.

In fact, it’s simple as it seems that all future titles that use the Frostbite 3 engine (like 3 games mentioned above) will support the Mantle AMD API. The U.S. company welcome more and more games exploit the low-level API that is supposed to provide better performance than DirectX 11 and in some cases even better than the upcoming DirectX 12. Access lower level of graphic map for developers to reduce latency induced by a high-level API.

The next announcement to see the next game that will benefit from Mantle are now on  pending, as the arrival of DirectX 12 at the end of 2015 could change that. The future of Microsoft API should make improvements permitted by AMD Mantle and made ​​slightly by the latest NVIDIA drivers. Now AMD also need to focus on Consoles, no Console of Current Generation uses Mantle. The massive implementation by developers and possibly the monopoly of a powerful API Linux will be much more effective for Mantle.

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