AMD Shows Off THIEF Running On A Radeon R9 290X At 5400×1920

AMD has released a new video, showcasing Square Enix’s THIEF running on a Radeon R9 290X at a mind-blowing 5400x1920 resolution. This tech demo was used to demo the company’s new APUs, and five monitors were used that were running the game at native 1080p. THIEF is scheduled for a February 25th release and will support both Mantle and TrueAudio. Enjoy!

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