Epic Games have released a new update for their battle royale title, Fortnite.
Bungie has run down what to expect from the next three seasons of Destiny 2 content, including plenty of specific details on what to expect from the Season of the Forge beginning next week. The idea is to move away from the campaign-based expansions that formed previous Destiny DLC and instead fill the game with regular content updates throughout the year.
The first new civ that Civ 6’s coming expansion, Gathering Storm, will bring to the game has been officially revealed (the reason for the italics there will become clear in due time): it’s Hungary, led by the 15-century king Matthias Corvinus.
Pop culture has thrown up some epic crossovers over the past few years. Super Smash Bros Ultimate is just around the corner, the Avengers cast list seems to be expanding with every passing film, and the less said about that Simpsons/Family Guy thing the better. But the title of “the most ambitious crossover event in history” may finally have been decided.
As we near Christmas, it’s only fitting we remember the true spirit of the season – presents. Just tonnes of gifts. So it should come as no real surprise that, just a few weeks before the holidays, Fortnite’s long-awaited gifting system is finally on its way, albeit for a limited time.
Artifact, Valve’s long-awaited Dota-themed card game, launches tomorrow, and some players are already upset at the changes that the developer is making. In a blog post published last night, Valve noted the addition of a feature that the community has already dubbed ‘deck tracking.’
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Samsung has announced its first QLC SATA drive for regular, hard-working folk. The consumer Samsung 860 QVO utilises 4-bit MLC – largely known as quad-level cell, or QLC for short – to cram even more stuff onto precious few V-NAND flash chips, blending SSD performance and cost-effective storage into one 2.5-inch drive.
The Artifact beta has been rumbling on for a couple of weeks now, but the vast majority of players have been waiting until this week to get their hands on Valve’s upcoming dota-themed card game. As of this morning, we have a (nearly) exact release time, so here’s when you’ll be able to play.
Nvidia and AMD are facing a year-to-year desktop GPU shipment decline of 16% in Q3, according to the latest market research from Jon Peddie Research (JPR). Both companies have already confirmed an overabundance of inventory since the crypto-bubble abruptly popped and the effects of which are starting to make themselves known as the year comes to an end – not with a bang but a whimper.