DOTA 2 will no longer work on old hardware

DOTA 2 will no longer work on old hardware

DOTA 2 has been one of the most played games on Steam for many years, and one of the reasons for this is the fact that the game can be run on a potato from a computer. But soon it will no longer be so. That is, the game will still be able to run on weaker hardware, just not potatoes from prehistory.

In particular, the game will lose support for 32-bit systems, DirectX 9 and OpenGL. They are moving to new technologies and software interfaces, and Valve explains that this will make it easier for them to further develop the game and introduce new functionalities that will benefit all players. Thanks to the transition to modern solutions, game accessories will be able to be bulkier, the game will perform better and it will sound cleaner.

From Valve, they say that most players will not have to do anything because of these changes. Only a small part of the audience will be affected, who will have to install a new version of Windows or macOS and, if necessary, get a graphics card that supports DirectX 11 or Vulkan.

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