Phil Spencer: Full DX12 Games “Likely” 2015, Studios Will Do What’s Best for Them and More

on March 22, 2015 10:23 PM

The socially aware Xboss has once again taken to Twitter to answer the questions being asked by the vibrant Xbox community, and in doing so he’s revealed some exciting information that should please fans of Microsoft’s latest home console.

Speaking on Twitter, Phil Spencer revealed that we are likely to start seeing games that take full advantage of DX12 from the ground up later on this year.

  When asked about to comment on the likelihood of developers adopting DX12 natively, Spencer went on to state that he thinks studios will do what’s best for them and that given the fact that DX12 is available on both Xbox One and Windows 10, developers shouldn’t find themselves short of DX12 gamers.

 You’d expect Microsoft’s exclusive games to be utilizing DX12 and it’s likely that the upcoming Forza Motorsport 6 will be a fine display, something both Phil Spencer and his fellow executive have both been paying attention to in the last couple of days.

 Both Spencer and Aaron Greenberg recently visited Forza developer Turn 10 at their studio and left rather happy, both exclaiming their delight at the work being done by the studio with Greenberg stating that there’s “so much hotness” going on with the team while Spencer lauded praise on the team.

Microsoft officially unveiled Forza Motorsport 6 earlier this year and it’s widely expected to release later this year, though we’ve no official release date at the moment.

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