Croteam Reiterates Vulkan Intentions, Shows Off Screenshot
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 5 February 2016 at 05:42 PM EST. 26 Comments
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A few days back was the news about Croteam's intentions for supporting the Vulkan graphics API. They confirmed they intend to support Vulkan for Serious Sam 4 and will also be supporting it with their Talos Principle game. Today they confirmed this information again.

Croteam posted on their site confirmation of their Vulkan plans. “Yes, it’s true. The Talos Principle will be our first game to support the Vulkan API. The game is already available on PC, PS4, OS X, Linux and even Android, so I thought – why not add Vulkan to Serious Engine? I mean, it was the easiest feature ever, it only took me five minutes or so to implement it. Here, take a look.”

They also posted this Vulkan-rendered screenshot:

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