As of March 2011, the Unreal 3 Engine supports DirectX 11. Epic Games showcased it with a real-time demonstration video, entitled "Samaritan".Additions include tessellation and displacement mapping, advanced hair rendering with MSAA, deferred rendering with MSAA, screen space subsurface scattering, image-based lighting, billboard reflections, glossy reflections, reflection shadows, point light reflections, and bokeh depth of field.
"Samaritan" has to be one of the best demos I have seen and I have to admit... THAT DEMO LOOKS AMAZING! I was curious though if in the future that Epic Games will release that game? I know that on one demos it took 3 580s to render the game in real-time, but with the release of the 600s coming out will they stand a chance on just using 1 card?
My main question though is if Epic Games will make a game of "Samaritan".