First Game Arrives For AMD 64-bit Chip

The first computer game designed to take full advantage of the 64-bit features of Advanced Micro Devices’ Athlon chip came out Tuesday, although the operating system to run it won’t appear for about another year.

Atari has released a 64-bit version of “Shadow Ops: Red Mercury,” according to AMD and Atari. Chips that allow 64-bit addressing can handle far more memory than the 32-bit chips found in desktops today, a situation that should lead to graphics that are more dense and realistic.

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Hmm… No screenshots? Or wouldn’t our computers be able to run it :stuck_out_tongue: (unless you have a 64-bit computer)