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Possible MultiCore Support

German Hardware Mag Scan

Thanks to our friends at http://Operationflashpoint2.info we have obtained information regarding possible multiCore support. Taken from a German hardware magazine this article claims that Operation Flashpoint 2 will have multiCore support up to 4 cores. It is unknown where they have received there information from, but one would presume as a published article it’s not pure speculation. Also in the article is some technical information which is already known and a outdated link to ARMA2’s homepage.

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Technical Infos:
Engine: Ego Engine (Second Generation)
Cross Platform development: Yes
Optimization for multi core CPU: Yes, up to 4 cores
Physic Engine: in-house development
Physx-Support (nVidia): No
DX10 Support: No

OFP2 could be the tactical shooter of the year 2009. Codemasters promise a 220 km world, with a high view distance, day – night cycle, a sophisticated destruction system and a AI, which is ‘reacting’; on players action. The game is using the EGO-Engine.

Written by Sir. Polaris in: New OFP2 Infomation | Tags: , ,

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