Epic Games has announced the latest preview version of the hugely popular Unreal Engine is now shipping with real-time ray tracing and path tracing support. With both high-level and low-level support, the DirectX Raytracing API is being utilised as part of the UE DirectX 12 application.
Day: February 13, 2019
Ubuntu and some other Linux distributions suffer from a severe privilege escalation vulnerability that could allow a local attacker or a malicious program to obtain root privileges and total control over the targeted system.
Metro Exodus is will depart from platform one this week, the Aurora and its crew leaving Moscow to explore the post-apocalyptic version of Russia that lies beyond. But while you’ll be waiting an extra couple of days for the game, the critics’ takes are already pulling out of the station, so let’s take a look at how the game has fared.
Plus, a deeper look at Nvidia's proprietary DLSS system, which absolutely impresses. ARS T...
We already knew that Metro Exodus was getting real-time ray tracing effects courtesy of Nvidia’s Turing graphics cards, but it’s also getting access to the deep learning super sampling (DLSS) feature which boosts gaming performance courtesy of our future robot overlords.
You know how annoying patches can be, right? Windows will auto update at the drop of a hat, dragging you out of a game at a crucial moment and forcing a restart without a by your leave. Or sometimes it’ll ask and then still ignore you anyway. Smug [email protected]$t. And why does it need this constant sticking plaster of software patches? Because of system memory.
Epic Games has filed to have 2 Milly’s lawsuit against the company dismissed. The developer, which is being sued by the rapper of its use of his ‘Milly Rock’ dance move as an in-game Fortnite emote, says that the lawsuit is “fundamentally at odds with free speech principles.”
February 13, 2019 On its first birthday, Kingdom Come: Deliverance has reached another sales milestone.
What could be more frightening than a service informing you that all your data is gone—every file and every backup servers are entirely wiped out?
Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a way to hide malicious code in Intel SGX enclaves, a hardware-based memory encryption feature in modern processors that isolates sensitive code and data to protect it from disclosure or modification.