Ashes of the Singularity – Beta 2 Now Available

Stardock released today Beta 2 of its upcoming massive-scale real-time strategy game, Ashes of the Singularity. As the press release, Beta 2 includes a new DirectX 12 benchmark developed by Oxide Games as well as explicit support for new DirectX 12 features such as multiple GPUs and Asynchronous compute.

Dan Baker, Chief Scientist at Oxide Games, said:

“With this update, players can improve game performance by adding another video card. As long as the two cards are reasonably similar in performance, they can be of any model or brand including mixing AMD and NVidia cards together. Players just insert the additional video card and enable it via the game’s video options panel.”

The new benchmark is accessible by users from the main menu with different display preferences available from the options menu.

Kevin Unangst, Senior Global Director, PC Gaming at Microsoft, added:

“Stardock and Oxide are doing great work taking advantage of Windows 10 with DirectX 12 features such as asynchronous compute and multiple GPUs. Their new DirectX 12 benchmark lets gamers see how their systems perform with actual gameplay.”

In addition, Beta 2 also greatly improves on the already well received artificial intelligence (AI) first scene in Beta 1.

Brad Wardell, Executive Producer of Ashes of the Singularity, condluded:

“Ashes of the Singularity isn’t just a battle, it’s a war across an entire world. As visually stunning as the game can be, the success of the game is dependent on the gameplay. That’s why we’re investing so much into making sure the computer opponents are such worthy adversaries.”

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