The CES 2019 provided developers and studios a platform to showcase their latest technological powers, and innovative features. AMD is enjoying a very productive CES, with several exciting announcements, including AMD’s new 3rd Generation Ryzen processors, Radeon VII graphics card, and partnering with Microsoft for their future platforms.
Treyarch has taken to Reddit to update fans on whats to come to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 in the very near future.
Thanks to Game Informer’s exclusive coverage, new gameplay for FromSoftware’s upcoming title, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has been released.
If you’ve been holding out on bringing your gaming PC into 2019, here’s a bit of bad news: support for Windows 7 ends one year from today. Microsoft hasn’t provided any major updates to the OS since 2015, but the company has continued to issue security updates as part of what it calls the ‘extended support’ phase.
IBM has shown off the world’s first commercially available integrated quantum computer. The Q System One is now available for scientific research and commercial use, offering reliable and stable quantum compute power outside of the research lab for the first time. And it’s ready to deal with exponentially complex algorithms previously incomprehensible for traditional binary-based computers to deal with.
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New paid packs are coming to Rainbow Six Siege ahead of next month’s Six Invitational. As shown in a video (which you can check out towards the bottom of the article), logging in to the game shows players a message confirming the new packs.
Steam might be something of a PC gaming institution, but it’s easy to forget it’s not necessarily the universal powerhouse you might expect. In a recent interview on Russian podcast How Games Are Made (documented on Resetera), Epic’s director of publishing strategy and Steam Spy founder Sergey Galyonkin said that only half of all Fortnite players have Valve’s platform installed.
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Less than a month after it was reported that Activision had told Blizzard to cut costs, it is paying its new chief financial officer a signing bonus worth $15 million (distributed as $3.75 million in cash and $11.3 million in restricted stock tied to performance targets, according to Bloomberg). That’s on top of a $900,000 salary.