It’s Friday, the day when the working week should taper gently off but instead seems to widen to allow larger and larger workloads to funnel through the graft-pipe. It’s at times like this you wish you had a haunch of meat to squeeze on, letting its juices ooze soothingly through your fingers.
Intel has removed a controversial clause in a microcode license after public outcry from across the tech community. Intel landed itself in hot water this week as it published a license for its microcode updates that banned anyone from publishing comparative benchmarks pre/post patch, but has since backtracked on the issue.
The CEO of Chucklefish, Finn ‘Tiyuri’ Brice, has revealed some new features that will be included in the game’s upcoming turn-based tactical game, Wargroove. In a pair of tweets posted earlier today, Brice listed several additional features coming to the game, as well as offering some more context around its ongoing development.
The release date for Cyberpunk 2077 is still a very closely-guarded secret, but developers CD Projekt Red have recently hit a significant milestone – the team says that the entire game can now be played, start to finish.
The Cloud PC streaming service Shadow has ditched AMD’s embedded CPU solution for its latest streaming box. Instead, the company has opted for a new passive design powered by an ARM chip, which Blade is hoping will – along with further improvements and expansion to the service – manage to fend off the tech giants looking to cloud gaming in the near future.
The Forza Horizon 4 system requirements will be lower on PC than those of its predecessor. Despite coming out more than two years after its predecessor, Forza Horizon 3, the next iteration in the series, which takes place in the United Kingdom, won’t need as much computing power in order to run.