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How to run vkd3d on windows to enable game compatibility (Warzone 2.0)?

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Hey there! I have a system with a GTX 750ti (28GB of ram, dual xeon quad cores circa 2012). It isn't the most powerful graphics card anymore, however it only isn't able to run Warzone 2.0 due to the lack of Direct X 12 support. Quite a bit back I've heard about running VKD3D on windows to better the performance of some games. Since the 750ti has the support for Vulkan, I wonder whether that could help me actually run the game. How do I do it, is my question. Thanks!

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It works on Windows pretty well.

Just copy dxgi.dll + d3d12.dll to the folder of the executable.

 

Download from here:

https://github.com/lutris/dxvk/releases/tag/v1.9.2L-3e64e1b

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13 hours ago, Vishera said:

It works on Windows pretty well.

Just copy dxgi.dll + d3d12.dll to the folder of the executable.

 

Download from here:

https://github.com/lutris/dxvk/releases/tag/v1.9.2L-3e64e1b

I've tried this, however, it still doesn't launch. I've done this both in the main folder and in the DX folder, even substituting the dll file D3D12Core.dll with d3d12, even trying to rename it. What could it be?

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