As Epic Games slowly enters the tenth season of Fortnite this summer, the company will update the required specifications to play the game. The developers released a new release this week, informing PC players about a change that requires their graphics cards to be running Microsoft DirectX 11 for the game to resume in July.
Starting Starting Season 10, the computer version of Fortnite will require a video adapter capable of running Microsoft DirectX 11.
A DirectX 11 capable graphics card has always been one of the system requirements of Fortnite older graphics cards – so they can continue playing!
Fortnite, however, is no longer compatible with these older graphics cards at the beginning of the tenth season. This allows us to focus our development and testing efforts to further optimize the Fortnite experience for all players. Fortnite until they do it. But for the great majority of players, everything you need is compatible with what you own, unless you own a PC that was made before 2011. Unless you have cheapened parts. But that's another topic for you.
(Updated June 21, 2019 10:56 pm )