Microsoft has started talking about the upcoming GDC event, where the company is expected to detail its plans for gaming and development across Windows 10 and the Xbox One.
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As promised, Microsoft has officially introduced DirectX 12, the next major version of its graphic API that will be supported by the PC, mobile and Xbox One platforms.
Microsoft has updated its teaser page for its March 20th DirectX 12 announcement with an Xbox One logo, which strongly hints the graphics API could also be used on the company's current game console.
Microsoft has confirmed that the next version of its DirectX graphics API will get the official title of DirectX 12, with more information to be revealed later in March.
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New rumors claim that Microsoft is working on the next generation version of its DirectX graphics API and that it will allow for low-level access to hardware similar to AMD's Mantle.