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Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM is on the ropes this week. FIFA 18’s Denuvo copy protection has been blown open less than 24 hours after it launched. It’s become the second game this week to last less than a day as Total War: Warhammer II’s DRM crumbled in just 10 hours.
Nvidia’s just dropped what well be its most important driver release of the year. The GeForce 385.69 WHQL driver provides day one Game Ready performance optimisations for a heap of huge AAA titles, including the likes of Call of Duty: WWII’s open beta, Total War: Warhammer 2, Project Cars 2 and more.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 has just blasted onto store shelves across all platforms and FIFA 18 is due imminently. Now it’s time for what is an annual conundrum for many of us footie fans - which one to go for?
Following swiftly in the footsteps of PES 2018 yesterday, FIFA 18's PC demo is now out for everyone to give it a go. Having seen Konami make an impressive jump to the revamped Fox Engine for PES 2018, we were eager to see how EA Sports planned to trump it with its latest yearly iteration. Aside from having oodles of official licensing and player likenesses, FIFA 18 also has the talents of Cristiano Ronaldo to assist in improved player animations. Let's see how those changes have affected performance with our first FIFA 18 PC performance benchmarks.
The smell of freshly cut grass. The sound of £190 million being exchanged for the services of a single human being. It's football season. FIFA is back with FIFA 18, promising to be bigger and better than ever. The Journey follows the continuing career of young upstart Alex Hunter, while cover star Ronaldo lends his talents to overhauled animations. FIFA 18 on PC is the full-fat DX12, Frostbite version again this year, here are PC specs needed to run FIFA 18.
We're back again with another giveaway. Some massive AAA games are right around the corner and I'm giving one GD'er the chance to pick between three of the biggest games this year. I'm giving away a copy of either FIFA 18, Middle-Earth: Shadow of War or Assassin's Creed Origins to one lucky winner.
In an absolutely shocking turn of events, EA has officially announced FIFA 18 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The one and only Cristiano Ronaldo is the global cover star this time around, capping off a fine year in which he’s won the European Championship, Champion’s League and La Liga. Hard to argue with those credentials for a cover star. I wonder why Rooney didn’t make the grade…