The Most Demanding Upcoming Games
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10 July 2017
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Written by Stuart Thomas on 25 July 2017 at 17:06

Rockstar’s endless parade of updates for Grand Theft Auto V’s Online component shows no sign of abating. The latest is dubbed GTA Online - Power Mad, bringing with it some distinctly 80’s-style flair. The Pegassi Torero is the definitive sports car of the bygone era, a time when “movie stars had luxuriant hair and sports cars didn’t take risks,” while the new adversarial Power Mad game mode is a twist on the usual Juggernaut rule type. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 25 July 2017 at 15:40

There's been a bit of commotion after reports emerged yesterday that Microsoft would be axing its MS Paint program. It was discovered that Microsoft had listed Paint as a Windows feature that was "not in active development and might be removed in future releases". Microsoft has now clarified the situation and said Paint isn’t “going anywhere.” [More]

Most Popular Games Check Performance Release Dates Days
1 PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds Mar-23-2017 Out now
2 Destiny 2 Oct-24-2017 90 days
3 Call of Duty: WWII Nov-03-2017 100 days
4 Assassins Creed: Origins Oct-27-2017 93 days
5 Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 Sep-14-2017 50 days
6 Grand Theft Auto VI 2018? -
7 FIFA 18 Sep-29-2017 65 days
8 ARK: Survival Evolved Aug-08-2017 13 days
9 Need For Speed Payback Nov-10-2017 107 days
10 Dark And Light Jul-20-2017 Out now
11 Tekken 7 Jun-02-2017 Out now
12 Star Citizen 2017 -
13 Gigantic Jul-20-2017 Out now
14 Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Nov-13-2017 110 days
15 H1Z1: King of the Kill Feb-18-2016 Out now
16 Anthem 2018 -
17 Far Cry 5 Feb-27-2018 216 days
18 Middle-earth: Shadow of War Oct-10-2017 76 days
19 Prey (2017) May-05-2017 Out now
20 Days Gone 2017 -
Written by Jon Sutton on 25 July 2017 at 14:03

2K Games and Take-Two Interactive have laid out their plans for the next half decade, and it’s a tale of sparse releases interspersed with AAA behemoths. Both 2K Games new president David Ismailer and Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick have been talking up their plans, outlining a target of one AAA title a year, supplemented by the usual yearly outings such as NBA 2K and WWE 2K. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 25 July 2017 at 12:54

The global video games market has continued to balloon, growing 12% year-on-year for the month of June. This is offset somewhat by the PC sector, which has shrunk 16% after peaking high last year with the arrival of Overwatch. Social game revenue has also shrunk, dropping 5%, contrasted against a burgeoning mobile sector that still represents the biggest area of growth, gaining 17% revenue year-on-year. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 25 July 2017 at 11:21

Recent updates to Mozilla Firefox have been preoccupied with reducing memory usage and speeding up page loads, to varying degrees of success. The last two updates though have showcased some absolutely gigantic improvements, in some instances reducing memory usage by upwards of 75%, and power tab users can load up Firefox in a matter of seconds rather than minutes. [More]

Written by Jon Sutton on 25 July 2017 at 09:50

Reports have emerged that AMD plans to officially launch its HEDT Ryzen ThreadRipper range through retail channels on August 10th worldwide. The enthusiast tier ThreadRipper CPUs should offer unparalleled performance, arriving in up to 16 Core / 32 Thread configurations. In addition to this, AMD has also unveiled the retail packaging for Ryzen ThreadRipper, and it’s looking very tasty indeed. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 24 July 2017 at 17:37

As if the last trailer didn’t make it obvious enough, Monolith and Warner Bros have revealed yet another trailer for Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, this time putting the focus squarely on Shelob, the ancient spirit of darkness. Although isn’t always the terrifyingly giant spider we’ve come and begrudgingly love, but can also shapeshift into a beautiful woman to get her own way. [More]

Written by Jon Sutton on 24 July 2017 at 15:37

The bat's back for another bout of crime-fighting in Gotham City. Late last week Telltale Games announced a triple whammy of new titles, including the return of Bruce Wayne with the second season of Batman: The Enemy Within - The Telltale Series. The sesquipedalian name aside, it looks like an intriguing and often gruesome tale for DC fans. Don't don your cape just yet though, here are the official PC Batman: The Enemy Within system requirements. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 24 July 2017 at 14:00

We’ve been a bit of a dry territory for graphics card driver updates, a sort of sweet mercy for our download caps. This little situation has come about because there’s been practically zero AAA games to speak of, the usual titles which justify Nvidia or AMD kicking into action. Nvidia’s got itself into gear though, releasing a new GeForce Game Ready Driver for Lawbreakers, Ark: Survival Evolved’s proper launch, Dark & Light and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 24 July 2017 at 12:44

An image has been leaked that shows alleged CPU-Z data taken from Intel’s upcoming Core i7-8700K processor. Intel hasn’t confirmed the existence of the Coffee Lake-based CPU just yet, but launching with an Intel Core i7-8700K seems like a fairly safe bet. If the leaked data is correct, Intel is going with a six-core, 12-thread Intel Core i7-8700K as the Coffee Lake flagship, packing multithreading support. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 24 July 2017 at 11:16

If there was a Nobel Peace Prize for gaming, Dying Light developer Techland would probably have it as a permanent installation in its Ostrów Wielkopolski office. We found out last month that it would be supporting Dying Light for another year, and now the game’s producer, Tymon Smektala, has outlined in a new video just what this means for fans. [More]

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