Mainly because it's been sitting on Microsoft's list of Xbox One X Enhanced titles that were in the works since the console debuted. As per the trailer highlighting the enhancements, the update brings "improved skin tone display through Screen-Space Subsurface Scattering and 4K output". Of which we understand the second thing.
And will once again see countries go head to head this November at Blizzcon. But before that, the players and eligible countries need to be sorted out. So, from From today through the end of Competitive Season 9 (29 April AEST), Blizzard will be tracking the skill rating of each country's top 150 players. With the top 20 countries at the end moving on to compete in the 2018 Overwatch World Cup.
Where the 15 year old RPG classic from BioWare gets a modest visual upgrade supporting both 1080p and 4K resolutions. This new version, now available on Steam, offers all Neverwinter Nights content from the Diamond Edition release with full support for mod tools and existing DLC.
Before we get to how impressive the new World of Tanks graphics engine is on PC, does anyone else find it a little strange that this is version 1.0? Based on the long history of World of Tanks that's some impressive version control. Which means that going 1.0 is probably a big deal. And it is, with a new graphics engine that, well, looks incredible.
After the New York Excelsior lost the Stage 1 Finals to London Spitfire after being up two games, fans were hoping that they could reverse the curse when they found themselves in a similar situation being down 2-0 to Philadelphia Fusion. Which is exactly what they did when in a stunning reverse sweep took out the Stage 2 Finals 3-2.
Okay, so as part of a future Sea of Thieves update Rare was looking to implement what was being dubbed a 'Death Cost'. That would as per the description, have "the Captain of the Ferry of the Damned deduct a small gold fee when you die". Naturally for a game all about getting gold, this proved to be extremely unpopular within the Sea of Thieves community. And so, it's been scrapped.
A bit belated on our end, but we're finally ready to share our review Kingdom Come: Deliverance. The long-awaited crowdfunding success story from Warhorse that puts players into the shoes of a commoner in 15th century Europe. With always interesting design that blends survival elements with strange aspects like taking reading lessons in order to, err, read - it represents one of the most interesting RPGs in years.
Yes, A Way Out features a sequence where you get to wheel around your co-op partner who's hiding in a laundry basket underneath some sheets. And what's great is that due to the split-screen perspective you can see both player's viewpoints. Despite the familiarity to quite a few of the set pieces, A Way Out succeeds as an inventive and fun co-op narrative experience.
About a month ago we reported that the System Shock remake from Nightdive Studios was being put on hold due the size and scope of the project growing beyond the simple remake promised. With the developers taking responsibility that feature creep began to change the project from a System Shock remake into something else entirely.
As in the next-generation of PC and console hardware. In a recent financial conference for CD Projekt RED, which is where we get all our Cyberpunk 2077 news these days, came word CD Projekt Red president Adam Kiciński fittingly responded with, "Technology-wise, Cyberpunk is very advanced. Our technology is ready to interface with future generations."
There are a number of high-end gaming laptops that feature the Intel Core i7 7700HQ CPU and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU combo. And it's not hard to realise why, as together they offer exceptional performance that can give most desktop builds a run for their money. At 1080p output that is. The new ASUS Republic of Gamers GL503 features both, but stands out thanks to its brilliant 144Hz G-Sync display.
With some of our picks being The Evil Within 2 - 75% off at $24.95. South Park The Fractured But Whole - 55% off at $39.95. Watch Dos 2 - 75% off at $24.95. Plus, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus - 69% off at $30.95. And many more including more recent titles like Assassin's Creed Origins and Call of Duty WWII also seeing sizable discounts.