back to the list of changes. one of the most important changes is the ability to render in a very non-standard format. gamebryo games were traditionally designed to run on directx 9 compliant video cards with 1.2 video memory, which was especially important in the earlier gamebryo games. the older games were designed around these constraints, and the later games werent. gamebryo 3.2, however, can use a non-standard framebuffer format. rather than using a standard format that has 1.2 bits per pixel, gamebryo 3.2 can use a format that has 4.8 bits per pixel. that means that the game can have far more graphics power and detail.
gamebryo 3.2 can use a non-standard framebuffer format. this means that it can use a framebuffer that has 4.8 bits per pixel. this makes the game capable of a lot of graphics detail. unlike a standard framebuffer with 1.2 bits per pixel, this means that the game can have far more graphics detail. the downsides of this are that the game runs in non-standard video memory, and the game is not compatible with some video cards. gamebryo 3.2 is designed to work with directx 11 video cards, and it can use directx 11 features such as multisampling and tessellation. however, directx 11 requires video memory of at least 4.8 bits per pixel, and so the game will not run without a video card of that class.
the most interesting new features are actually the things that arent there, rather than what is. gamebryo 3.2 has no built in ai or teamplay.2 is a single player game, and in that regard it is similar to a directx 11 game.2, however, isnt.2 also has no networking, and the graphics engine isnt compatible with unreal engine 4. although gamebryo 3.