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Valve will release Vulkan Support for Dota 2 next week

Valve will release Vulkan Support for Dota 2 next week

Valve will release Vulkan Support for Dota 2 next week

Valve will release Vulkan Support for Dota 2 next week

 

Valve has confirmed that they will be releasing Vulkan Support for Dota 2 next week, allowing players to enhance the game's performance when using Vulkan compatible hardware. 

This should be very exciting for DOTA 2 players, especially players on Linux, as the Vulkan API offers a lot of performance benefits over OpenGL by giving developers low-level, console-like, access to your gaming hardware. below is some footage of Intel Demoing the Vulkan API on DOTA 2. 

 

 

Those who wish to play DOTA 2 with the Vulkan API will need to have Vulkan compatible GPU drivers, which should be available on to download on their manufacturer's website. 

  

You can join the discussion on Valve releasing Vulkan support for DOTA 2 on the OC3D Forums

 

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19-05-2016, 18:24:39

Kushiro
Nice. Now if only the MM system wasn't brokenQuote
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