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We've made it to Day Four of the official Game Debate Games of Christmas tournament. This time will see two of the best action-packed games of 2020, but not before we find out who won yesterday's fight between Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord.
The upcoming Season 1 of content for Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, which is supposed to unify gameplay and content with Call of Duty: Warzone, has officially been delayed by a week from December 10th until December 16th. New content and events will be taking place up until the new launch date.
Black Friday is now pretty much finished as Cyber Monday usually marks the last day of the festive deals-a-thon where massive prices get dropped on some of the hottest items before Christmas. This year has seen a lot of great deals for PC gamers, so we wanted to know if you got anything special or interesting during the recent sales?
It’s Black Friday! Though in this day and age that usually means week long deals rather than just Friday, which is a bit confusing but oh well who’s complaining. Not us for sure! As there’s loads of deals going on right now on Amazon for some of the best and value for money PC gaming hardware.
Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War is finally here, bringing us an all new COD experience filled with lots of adrenaline-fueled excitement. Thankfully, it doesn't seem that demanding depending on your hardware and graphics settings, giving us a wide range of customizability when optimizing our performance to graphical quality ratio.
Nvidia recently detailed some massive performance gains thanks to its implementation of DLSS in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War. If you’ve recently purchased the game and want to play at the best quality settings possible with ray tracking enabled at 4K resolution, you can apparently expect a massive 85% performance improvement by enabling DLSS.
COD Black Ops Cold War is finally here, once again bringing us the annual edition of the Call of Duty franchise. The fifth installment in the Black Ops series takes us into the Cold War, and it certainly looks quite good, but how well does it perform? We take a look at the PC performance benchmarks for Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War...
The time has come, as Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War has finally arrived today on PC and consoles. The next chapter of the Black Ops franchise takes us back into the time of the Cold War, and gives us the next evolution of the Call of Duty multiplayer and zombies experience.
Whilst we’re just over a week away from the official launch of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, Activision and Treyarch have revealed the exact preloading times and dates so we can all get ready before next friday. Interestingly, PC players will have to wait longer than console players, but there should be enough time still.
Not too long ago Treyarch revealed the official Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War PC system requirements, and one of the biggest surprises (or not, depending on how you view this after Call of Duty: Modern Warfare) was just how big the game would be at launch. Well, now Treyarch have revealed that the required storage space has been massively reduced by about 50%.
We’re just over a week away from the official launch of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, and to get the excitement rolling, Nvidia have announced a new deal to entice customers into buying a new RTX 30 series card, as the Green Team will be offering up the new COD for free with any purchase of a new RTX 3090.