World of Warship will end support for 32-bit systems

The company Wargaming has announced that in the near future fans of online action World of Warship will be changes that will affect the technical side of the project. As it became known, the developers decided to abandon support for 32-bit operating systems, and DirectX version 10.1. This is due to the fact that both components are very obsolete and almost never occur among users of the game.

The main problem in 32-bit systems lies in the constraints that do not allow you to use more than 2 GB of RAM. However, this volume is simply not enough, which can lead to critical errors of the client. That is why next year will stop support for these systems.

Due to this, creators will be able not only to improve the optimization of the client, but also to implement new graphics technology.

However, players will be able to run World of Warship on 32-bit systems, but in this case, the developers will not be able to guarantee the workability and quality of the game.

As for the versions of DirectX 10.1, support for them is simply slowing down the development of the project. After changes will take effect, client will cease to work with them.

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