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In pretty sensational news, it’s being reported that Intel is killing off its 10nm process entirely. Intel has had well-documented struggles with the 10nm fabrication node over the last few years, and according to SemiAccurate it’s made the decision to cancel it entirely and cut its losses.
There’s been a bit of a furore about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 over the weekend, when members of the community discovered COD BLOPS 4 currently only supports a 20Hz server tickrate in both its Blackout and Multiplayer modes.
UPDATE: Nvidia has officially confirmed the GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5X graphics card via an update on its official storefront.
Warframe’s massive new open-world Fortuna expansion will be launching on PC in November, developer Digital Extremes has confirmed.
One of Europe’s leading games retailers has hinted at a 2019 release for Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC.
This week I was reminded of a couple of my favourite moments from throughout my gaming past, both concerned with the breaking of the fourth wall.
It’s really flying under the radar without all the pretty graphics, but there’s a new Witcher game coming out this Tuesday. Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales has been spun off from Gwent of course, but it promises to feature all the usual questing, adventuring and decision-making we’ve come to love from The Witcher, except this time it’s replaced bog-standard sword-fighting with card battling.
Just like Lenny enjoyed tending the rabbits, you too can tend to all of the animals in Farming Simulator 2019. Before you chop them up into bits and stick them on a barbeque, that is.
If the prospect of GaaS (Games as a Service) becoming an even bigger deal in gaming causes you to wince, you’d best look away now. A report from DFC Intelligence on ‘The business of Video Games’ has revealed Electronic Arts and Activision have collectively grown by $79 billion thanks purely to GaaS.
Focus Home Interactive has announced Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 will be cruising onto PC from January 24th next year. The sequel to the space RTS based on the tabletop Warhammer 40K game will be getting a pair of pre-order beta phases to allow players a chance to get in there early.
With the odds of a new Witcher game with Geralt as protagonist vanishing faster than you can say Cyberpunk, SoulCalibur VI is sure to be the next best thing. That’s because the grizzled swordsman is the star attraction of SoulCalibur 6, the first new SoulCalibur game in over six years.