Microsoft's Build 2016 keynote for the first day of its developer conference showed off a sizzle video of games running on DirectX 12, the graphics API that's exclusive to Windows 10. As it turns out, that video briefly showed off a previously unannounced addition to Futuremark's 3DMark benchmarking tool: Time Spy.

3DMark has not yet been updated with a graphical DirectX 12 benchmarking demo, and it looks like Time Spy, with its rotating elements and high-end lighting, will be included in a future version of the tool. We tried to contact Futuremark on Twitter to get more information on Time Spy, but its response to us was simply, "More glimpses coming soon".

The video also showed off a number of actual games that use, or will use, DirectX 12, including Gears of War Ultimate Edition, Just Cause 3, Ashes of the Singularity (which officially launches today), Quantum Break and more.