‘Dota 2’ drops support for outdated hardware to “keep the game fresh”

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32-bit systems will no longer be supported

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Dota 2 Support for older systems will be dropped over the next few months, as Valve prepares for a new update.

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Announcement of changes a. was done as part of blog post Announcing that International 2021 tickets had gone on sale, and this update dota Will be coming soon

Valve did not commit to date dota Changes and instead added that “In order to keep the game and the Source 2 engine fresh, we plan to remove support for some older systems and configurations. Nothing is changing today, but in the coming months we’ll be looking at the following Changes will be implemented.”


systems you want to run dota Must now be 64-bit and use DirectX 11. Support for macOS versions below 10.14. With support for OpenGL, XAudio and 32-bit systems will be removed.

Post reassured players, saying, “For most players, nothing will change once these changes are implemented. Most machines already support any new technology needed. In fact, most players already have the new technology.” technologies, whether through larger content sizes, higher frame rates, better graphical fidelity, or cleaner sounding audio.

“Removing these outdated technologies will allow us to streamline our development efforts as well as use the new features of these APIs to provide even better ones. dota Experience.”

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