Unigine Shows Off More Of Their Superposition Benchmark
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 11 October 2016 at 06:25 AM EDT. 8 Comments
The developers at Unigine Corp are making public some screenshots and a brief video from their upcoming Superposition Benchmark that's powered by Unigine Engine 2.

Last month we were first to report on Unigine Is Working On Perhaps The Most Beautiful GPU Benchmark, Coming Later This Year. This insanely beautiful graphics benchmark for Windows and Linux is still on track to ship before 2016 is through. This morning they made public a few more screenshots of it:

Here's also a teaser video they published for this benchmark, which they are calling Superposition:

The new media was released today since they have put it up on Steam Greenlight. Go check it out and vote for the Linux-friendfly on Greenlight. I have already been working on prepping the PTS support and ensuring the Linux support is top-notch and will say this is the most beautiful graphics benchmark/demo I've ever laid my eyes on and whole-heartedly encourage everyone to go vote for it! It's beautiful to watch, assuming it doesn't make your hardware or drivers cry.
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