CodeWeavers announced an update in June that added DirectX 12 to the CrossOver command for running Windows games on Mac. From there, the new technology has been on the test and is now available to everyone in CrossOver 23. It allows games from the 12th time to enjoy the GPU by a direct connection, which makes graphics better and more efficient. I have never seen the changes before.
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Unfortunately, DirectX 12 supports cannot be used as a console in Crossover. Crossover developer CodeWeavers is working to maintain an ongoing support for more DirectX 12. For now, other games still need to rely on the previous version of DirectX.
After DirectX 12, the game incorporates the support for geometriss shaders and Transform Feedback, which solves the problem of certain games who suffer from an absentee of screenplay or black screens. The new version comes with support for the Electronic Arts game launcher which will replace Origin in the future.
CrossOver is a popular platform for macOS, Linux and ChromeOS. It lets all of these systems run Windows applications like native machines. Most people use CrossOver to play Windows on Mac and Linux computers.
Apple has announced an updated Game Porting Tool for Windows-based applications that allow developers to carry Windows-based games to Mac without sacrificing money. This tool is from Wine, an open source platform that helps a software developer converts it into an Unix environment. Apples tool could translate DirectX 12 applications in real time to the Apple Metal 3.
Apple’s new operating system will only be available by the month that the official release of the new OS will begin. The first version does not exist until the fall of this year. But for now users can download CrossOver 23. There are a ton of 63 dollars for each license and a limited number of cases for a limited time, and the special discount code LEVELUP23 is available to all of us.
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