In an AMD blog post
which discussed how their upcoming Evergreen series of GPUs supported the DirectX 11 API, which will launch with Microsoft's Windows 7 on the 22nd of October. According to the blog, four games will support it at first, although more will come over time. First of all, the free-to-play RPS, BattleForge will receive a patch to make it compatible in October 2009, whilst the other three will natively support it. S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Call of Pripyat comes in October 2009 whilst DiRT 2 was held back on the PC to add in support and will be released in December 2009 and finally, Aliens vs Predator will be released in February 2010. F1 2010, Crysis 2, Race Driver: GRID 2 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 are all said to support DirectX 11 too, although their release dates are unknown. It seems to be a better reception than the one DirectX 10 received when it was launched with Windows Vista, with only a handful of games supporting it.