Rainbow Six Siege’s Year Four operator gadgets have been leaked online. The leak was posted by Reddit user u/FGljan who worked out the information through Ubisoft’s own website language files. The first is described as ‘Drones Hacked’ with the second being ‘Trax Deployed.’
Intel has conducted a somewhat frustrating community Q&A session with Hot Hardware detailing almost nothing about the discrete graphics card it was ostensibly there to talk about. Many of the questions put to Ari Rauch, VP of Intel’s Core and Visual Computing Group were answered with either repetition of the basic “we’re listening to customers” or just a “that’s a surprise.”
If you watched the announcement of The Division 2 at E3 2018 then you should remember one of the most exciting parts of our first look at the new Washington D.C.-based online shooter. It was the riot foam, obviously. Don’t you remember the agents squirting it all over the place – on walls? It looked like a foamy good time.
Nvidia has been promising that the ray tracing performance of its 20-series graphics cards would improve as the partnership with DICE on Battlefield V entered the optimisation stage. And tomorrow’s Battlefield V: Tides of War Chapter 1: Overture update will not only bring an unholy number of colons to the game, but also GPU improvements making the RTX version of the game up to 50% faster.
With this year’s Game Awards show just around the corner, the internet is buzzing with rumours of new announcements and
Supposed internal slides from a Gigabyte event have turned up some intriguing news of 9th Gen Intel Core CPUs featuring a brand new suffix: ‘KF’. These chips are outlined in potentially leaked slides, and could be the first glimpse of high-end Intel CPUs intending to ditch the internal GPU found within most Intel Core processors today.
Starbreeze has filed for reconstruction with the Stockholm District Court. This decision has been made with the acknowledgement of Overkill’s the Walking Dead’s poor sales.
If you’re a fan of CD Projekt Red – creator of The Witcher series of RPGs – then you’re no doubt looking forward to the studio’s next huge game, Cyberpunk 2077. Unfortunately, it seems we won’t be seeing any more of it this year as it’s been announced that the game won’t be present at this year’s The Game Awards, which take place on December 6.