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Wednesday, 29 January 2014 14:04

Battlefield 4 Mantle patch not delayed after all

Written by Slobodan Simic

 

AMD and DICE confirm

It appears that Battlefield 4 Mantle patch is not delayed after all, at least according to two latest tweets from AMD's Corporate Vice President Global Channel Sales, Roy Taylor and Johan Andersson, technical director in the Frostbite Engine team at DICE.

Yesterday's news of yet another delay for Battlefield 4 Mantle patch certainly did not sound good but thankfully, both AMD's Roy Taylor and DICE's Johan Andersson are saying that the patch is is still on schedule and that there is no truth to the rumours.

This is definitely a great new as although we heard a lot about the new Mantle API from AMD and seen some impressive performance gains, there is not a single game that supports it. Of course, Battlefield 4 will be the first one, closely followed by the new Thief game.

Via Computerbase.de.

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