Unigine Is Working On Perhaps The Most Beautiful GPU Benchmark, Coming Later This Year
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 20 September 2016 at 06:55 AM EDT. 65 Comments
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Following the Unigine 2.3.1 engine update I was able to get confirmation from Unigine Corp they do have a new technology demo / benchmark coming out!

Unigine Corp is aiming to release their successor to the still-visually-stunning Unigine Valley and Heaven demos before the end of the calendar year. In the Unigine 2.3.1 announcement they also shared an early screenshot of this new "classroom" demo without mentioning it's from their new demo/benchmark:


Can't wait to begin using this demo to begin torturing Linux GPU drivers and hardware! Yes, this demo will be cross-platform. This will be the company's first demo/benchmark powered by Unigine Engine 2. Unigine's Denis Shergin confirmed in our forums that Unigine 2 should be playing nicely with the Mesa drivers.
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