Call of Juarez

Call of Juarez (DirectX 10)


Call of Juarez is one of the most visually impressive games I have come across in some time.  Set in the Wild West time frame, this game puts a bit of a spin on the classic FPS style with some slowdown effects as well as playing characters that are essentially against one another. 

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The main DX10-based options here are the “enhanced quality” here at the very bottom as well as the shader model set at 4.0 above. 

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Call of Juarez has always been a fan of the AMD 3800-series cards and the HD 3850 X2 card is no exception.  The multi-GPU configurations definitely have a better time dealing with the engine.
 
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