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Lol that would be real dirty... though may explain some things! Though for real, Toms Hardware barely knows who Tom is. 

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2 minutes ago, Tuskin38 said:

All versions are DX11. I have no idea where they got that from.

Strangely they claim they did all their tests on Store version.

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4 minutes ago, UAL4life said:

Lol that would be real dirty... though may explain some things! Though for real, Toms Hardware barely knows who Tom is. 

Good guidance on settings though.

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7 minutes ago, dukeav said:

Tom's hardware claims Store version is DX12 while Steam is DX11:

Lies, all lies. No DX12 yet.


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Both version is basically the same, on Steam you download just download some launcher and then you download the rest of it through the MS Servers.

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19 minutes ago, joec63 said:

No , think about it. Why would MS do that anyway. Just to create a headache ?

To push their own VR, instead of having people use SteamVR. 

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31 minutes ago, snglecoil said:

It must be true...it’s on the internet 

You do realize that this forum is on the Internet?

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Rivatuner suggest otherwise it`s rendering in DX11, Tom`s hardware is fake news.

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You'll also need Windows 10 (build 18362 or later), and for a change even the Microsoft Store version uses DirectX 11. It's more than a bit weird that not even Microsoft, the creators of DirectX, supports DX12 right now. The game is also available on Steam, however, also with DX11 support,

OP is incorrect.

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