Day: September 26, 2019
Speak of the devil and he shall appear – Intel’s Core i9 9900KS processor has shown up on a US retailer with a price tag of $604. It’s an odd amount to charge, and certainly not the final MSRP, but it does offer us a ballpark idea of the price bracket Intel will be aiming at for with its 5GHz, 8-core CPU expected in October.
It looks like players will have plenty to get their teeth into when Dying Light 2 rolls around next Spring. Developer Techland has said its “game world will be four times bigger” than its predecessor’s and that it’s planning four years of Dying Light 2 DLC. Now, we’ve got an idea of how long it’ll take you to complete the game – while it’s reportedly got over 100 hours of content, it looks like you can get through the main story in just 15-20 hours.
Following the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS earlier this week, Apple has issued an advisory warning iPhone and iPad users of an unpatched security bug impacting third-party keyboard apps.
The Ghost Recon Breakpoint open beta was supposed to begin earlier this morning. But when players attempted to log in, they were met with an error message. Ubisoft has now followed up, informing players that there’ll be something of a delay in the start of the test.
When will AMD’s ‘Nvidia Killer’ GPUs launch? There’s still a whole lot of talk about the so-called ‘Big Navi’ GPU, with much of that speculation suggesting the upcoming Navi 12 silicon will form the chip to finally take on the RTX 2080 Ti. But, while there may well one day be an RX 5900 XT that can stand toe-to-toe with Nvidia’s RTX range, it’s not going to be powered by the Navi 12 and I think AMD’s E3 gaff kinda proves it.
One of Hearthstone’s most reliable (and frustrating) combos has found itself in Blizzard’s crosshairs. In a pair of tweets last night, senior game designer August Dean Ayala revealed that the Priest class’ Divine Spirit/Inner Fire pairing could soon be no more.
When team OG went on to take the win at Dota 2 tournament The International 2019, Johan ‘N0tail’ Sundstein became the most successful Dota 2 player in history – and the highest-earning esports star ever. Now, Sundstein has revealed that he has some other big plans on the horizon – he wants to jump into helping fight for the environment and become a “soldier for the earth.”