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Thursday, 08 March 2007 12:17

Gainward to show World in conflict

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DirextX 10 game

 

Gainward will be one of the Nvidia partners that will have the right to show the World in conflict game. There is no any misyter it is a TWIMTBP title The Way Its meant to be played game and it looks really good.

 

We even heard that this is one of the first DirectX 10 games around and it will be shipping later this year. This is the only thing Nvidia plans to show for the show.

 

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