EA and Phenomic today revealed that BattleForge, the epic real-time-strategy game is the first to support Microsoft’s new DirectX11‚  and AMD’s new ATI graphic processor chipset.

What does this mean to you? If you’re playing the free-to-play BattleForge and have DX11 you’ll be experiencing “unparalled graphic performance and even richer visuals.”

“By delivering the first DirectX 11 game, the team at Phenomic is demonstrating its commitment to the many fans of BattleForge“ said Rick Bergman, senior vice president and general manager, Products Group, AMD.‚  “When matched with our cutting-edge DirectX 11 graphics hardware, the jump to DirectX 11 helps ensure an improved game experience both in terms of performance and image quality.”

So far BattleForge is the only game that takes advantage of DirectX11, but we expect that to change, and change quickly.

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