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Hitman 2 developer IO Interactive has announced it’ll be opening a new studio based in Malmö, Sweden, which will work alongside its current studio in Copenhagen.
Nvidia’s mainstream graphics card is going to be dubbed the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, according to the absolute bucketfuls of rumours doing the rounds at the moment.
For those of you rocking a VR setup, or at least contemplating one, be warned that a ton of GeForce RTX 2060 graphics cards are shipping without USB-C VirtualLink port that has been standardised for all GeForce RTX 2070 GPUs and upwards.
UPDATE: I guess I shouldn't be surprised but it turns out Intel's newly-announced 9th Gen Core 'F' desktop CPUs are exactly the same price as the 9th processors already on the market, despite shipping without integrated graphics.
Ubisoft has dropped a rather intense new story trailer for The Division 2, hoping to get us all hot and bothered as pre-order signups go live.
UPDATE: AMD has issued a statement counteracting reports that fewer than 5000 Radeon VII graphics cards have been manufactured.
Fans of colossal spaceships are in for a treat next week. Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 adopts Games Workshop's classic tabletop game on a scale never seen before. The RTS sequel expands its roster to a dozen factions from the Warhammer 40K universe, pitting them against one another in epic space battles, both in the campaign and with online multiplayer.
Zenimax and Bethesda have unveiled The Elder Scrolls Online’s third major expansion, Elseweyr, alongside the Season of the Dragon, a year-long interconnected story event.
Good morning, happy Groundhog’s Day! Reports have emerged Electronic Arts has canceled yet another Star Wars game. The open-world third-person action game in development since 2017 has been shelved according to a report from Kotaku.
It's a New Dawn, it's a new day, and the system requirements for Far Cry: New Dawn have us feeling good. Ubisoft has provided us with an extensive look at the system specs for FC: New Dawn, a standalone pseudo-sequel to Far Cry 5 that transports us into a post-apocalyptic, blissfully colourful and bloodthirsty world.
It’s a big day for Nvidia today as the GeForce RTX 2060 has officially launched. The cheapest RTX graphics card yet is now available to buy, although ‘cheap’ is subjective when the GeForce RTX 2060 will set you back $349/£329. As always with a new graphics card release, that means a new Nvidia GeForce GPU with official support for the RTX 2060.