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Written by Neil Soutter on 25 September 2017 at 11:32

Market analyst Mizuho believes demand for graphics cards from cryptocurrency miners is likely to cool in December, eventually resulting in a drop in graphics card prices. This is the first positive outlook PC gamers have had regarding graphics card for a while, indicating there is a smidgen of light at the end of the tunnel for the often extravagantly priced GPUs available today. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 25 September 2017 at 09:51

The Evil Within 2 won’t be running on the exact same id Tech 5 game engine that powered the original The Evil Within, nor will Tango Gameworks migrate the franchise to id Tech 6, the engine used for Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Instead, Tango has spun id Tech off and created its own game engine specifically tailored toward The Evil Within 2. [More]

Most Popular Games Check Performance Release Dates Days
1 PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds Mar-23-2017 Out now
2 Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 Sep-14-2017 Out now
3 FIFA 18 Sep-29-2017 4 days
4 Call of Duty: WWII Nov-03-2017 39 days
5 Project CARS 2 Sep-22-2017 Out now
6 Destiny 2 Oct-24-2017 29 days
7 Assassins Creed: Origins Oct-27-2017 32 days
8 NBA 2K18 Sep-15-2017 Out now
9 Need For Speed Payback Nov-10-2017 46 days
10 Grand Theft Auto VI 2018? -
11 Divinity: Original Sin II Sep-14-2017 Out now
12 Forza Motorsport 7 Oct-03-2017 8 days
13 Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Nov-13-2017 49 days
14 ARK: Survival Evolved Aug-31-2017 Out now
15 Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Oct-27-2017 32 days
16 Middle-earth: Shadow of War Oct-10-2017 15 days
17 F1 2017 Aug-25-2017 Out now
18 Total War: Warhammer 2 Sep-28-2017 3 days
19 The Evil Within 2 Oct-13-2017 18 days
20 Fortnite Jul-25-2017 Out now
Written by Jon Sutton on 24 September 2017 at 16:10

Going back to old games can be a distressing business. Those classics you think you remember with pin-sharp clarity, embedded in a warm fuzz of nostalgia, can all too often reveal themselves to be hideous pieces of junk. For examples look no further than just about any early 3D third-person action games. In the fast-moving world of video games, it can be very easy to get left behind. Going back to play the original Splinter Cell can be an excruciating business. [More]

Observer, from Bloober Team, they of Layers of Fear fame, is thematically as far removed as you could conceivably get from its creaking mansion and unsettling classical artwork. Yet for Observer’s dystopic cyberpunk leanings, which veers heavily into Blade Runner territory, it also builds on the haunted house thrill ride template laid down by Layers of Fear. [More]

Warhammer 40,000. Set 40,000 years into the future. Or, perhaps, in the year 40,000, which I suppose would technically only be 38,000 years into the future. But we all know that 40,000 is actually the number of Warhammer games that have been released since 2010. So many, in fact, that subtitles are having to double up. Warhammer: 40,000: Inquisitor: Martyr takes longer to say than it does to summarise - it's Warhammer Diablo. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 24 September 2017 at 10:00

The average price of a PC bought in the UK has risen by 30% in the last year along. Data collected by market analyst CONTEXT revealed that the average selling price for all desktops, notebooks and workstations hit £480 during the month of August 2017, up from £340 the prior year. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 23 September 2017 at 16:12

Memory manufactured Rambus has announced it’s got the world’s first fully functional DDR5 memory prototype. The DIMM buffer chipset is aimed at the server market and is the first known instance of next-generation DDR5 memory. [More]

While PES and FIFA consistently try to match one another feature for feature, the two have managed to stay remarkably different contenders to the footie crown over the years. The big addition this year for PC gamers is that we finally have the same updated engine as the PS4 and Xbox One version. It’s only taken four years Konami. *slow clap*. Still, we spent the last three years grumbling so why not appreciate what’s here with us now. [More]

Written by Jon Sutton on 23 September 2017 at 12:00

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands ultimately proved divisive, but to their credit, Ubisoft has been busy pushing out an incredible number of large-scale updates, expansions, and soon - the new PvP Ghost War mode.  The open beta for Ghost War is live this weekend and it’s available to everyone on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Just head to your digital store of choice (Uplay/PSN/Xbox Live) and download it. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 23 September 2017 at 10:00

Road Redemption will be launching on PC on October 4th, Pixel Dash Studios has announced. The Road Rash-like combative motorbike racing has been lurking in Steam Early Access for the best part of three years now while the devs looked to iron out Road Redemption’s performance and bolster the quantity of content. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 22 September 2017 at 16:26

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds developer Bluehole isn’t pleased with the recently announced Battle Royale mode for Fortnite. In a statement issued today, Bluehole has said it is “concerned that Fortnite may be replicating the experience for which PUBG is known.” [More]

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