Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Specs, Trailer, And Stadia Info

60 frames per second for most Gaming PCs with higher frame rates available for those with better rigs. Ultra HD 60 frames per second footage of the game was also released and has been analyzed by industry experts to reveal what the game will perform like. Rockstar will also be bringing RDR2 among other games to Google Stadia, and we’ve already got an idea of what that will be like and the various benefits one could have from owning the Stadia cloud version of the game.

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Nintendo Switch Lite Review

We’ve spent a solid few weeks with the Nintendo Switch Lite and now it’s time to share our final thoughts on Nintendo’s new standalone hardware. Many commented on the slightly awkward feeling original Switch handheld mode as the snap-on JoyCons which defined the new hybrid platform also made going completely portable take some getting used to at the time.

The first moments of your time with Nintendo Switch Lite will be complete satisfaction in the feel and quality of the device, joysticks, buttons, lightweight and overall ergonomic design. The Nintendo Switch Lite has no video output processor in order to reduce price, increase battery life, and reduce heat, and instead focuses all of its design choices on optimal portable gaming with the full library of Switch.

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Dreadhalls (Oculus Quest) Revisited

Now available on Oculus Quest, players will witness some of their mind’s darkest thoughts as a fully wireless, room-scale horror experience provides seemingly endless creepy halls to explore. Dungeons and puzzles are haunted by mysterious and unexplained demonic presence taking various forms. And regardless if it’s broad daylight or the middle of the night, you will feel the dread and fright of what’s unseen and waiting to be found as you walk around your room within a place which really convinces you it is real and terrorizes your senses with alarm and alert.

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Hidden Witcher 3 Graphics Mode Could Suggest Switch Pro

Nintendo Switch Pro is being suggested again by community leaders who have discovered a hidden menu within The Witcher 3 which has allowed for the title to run with extra post-processing special effects enabled, graphics sharpened, and higher frame rates unlocked! This was all done on an overclocked Nintendo Switch which has been hacked, but the menu’s existence and its successful testing on such a machine leans into the pre-existing evidence and rumors that Nintendo may be working on a more powerful Nintendo Switch Pro device in order for multi-platform developers to continue bringing their top quality AAA games over to the system (something Switch fans ravenously demand of Nintendo and third parties).

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Exclusive PS4 Game Mode

With many already setting their eyes onto next-generation PlayStation 5 game releases anticipated, confirmed, or otherwise – one shock moment came to the industry when Modern Warfare was revealed to have an exclusive game mode on PlayStation 4. The exclusivity of Warfare Mode on PS4 will last until Oct. 1, 2020.

This is in direct contrast with the fact that the game will also have, for the first time ever, cross-play between PlayStation, Xbox, and PC platforms! However, money talks and Sony’s wallet has spoken. So what is this mode all about and is it worth buying MW on PS4?

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Oculus Quest 128GB All-In-One VR System Review

A completely wireless standalone game console has been built into one of the latest virtual reality headsets from Oculus. The California-based company has played a major role in the implementation of modern VR tech thanks in no small part to major contributions from the industry ‘brainiac’ behind id Software and Oculus CTO John Carmack. The company looks to be still pioneering and innovating to this day despite fears from some gamers that the firm being acquired by Facebook in 2014 would affect trajectory.

Oculus Quest is the first VR headset that comes with its own screen, SOC (CPU, GPU, RAM), operating system, built-in web store, and more. That means there’s no PC required, and aside from first-time set up, there is no smartphone required either! Not only does this benefit VR enthusiasts with convenient transportation, it also significantly reduces the upfront investment for most potential buyers still on the fence about virtual reality products in general.

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The PlayStation 5 Launch Games Lineup

PS5 will be introducing an evolutionary leap in technological capability. When the PS4 and Xbox One launched gamers suffered a lot of cross-platform titles with not many of the traditional ‘New IP’ style games released for the new console generation until a couple of years later.

After that mis-step was repeated during Microsoft’s exclusive software-lacking launch of the Xbox One X (currently gaming’s most powerful console hardware), the digital entertainment giants are poised to get things right this time around. Sony in particular has ensured that developer kits have already been in the hands of their top-most exclusive AAA studios and have even been confirmed to have released a pre-dev kit and dev kit making headlines both times as third party studios leaked images and information.

We can now safely begin to paint the picture of what PlayStation 5’s launch lineup could be like, save for a few surprises expected to pack a punch at Sony’s replacement for E3 2020, which hopefully is huge!

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Pricing the PlayStation 5

It seems for the first time in generations we may be poised to see loss leading hardware pave the way for software sales. We will try to envision a rough estimate of the factors Sony will face in pricing the PlayStation 5.

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Call of Duty: Mobile launching for iPhone with new content

In a new South Korean trailer released after a long wait of 6 months, during which COD: Mobile has had some evolution brewing in the background, upcoming features for the full release of the game have been revealed. 현재 사전예약 진행 중! “The long wait is over!” This announcement also comes alongside North American press release.

“We are delivering the definitive, first-person action experience on mobile with signature Call of Duty gameplay in the palms of your hands,” said Chris Plummer, VP, Mobile at Activision.

When it fully launches October 1st it will host a variety of unique gameplay modes including a custom tailored online multiplayer experience as well as a one-of-a-kind Battle Royale mode. In a press release this week Activision Blizzard announced that there will be more modes, content, time-limited events, characters, and items released in a shifting cycle coinciding with the iPhone launch of the iPhone version.

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare (Hands-On) Preview

Call of Duty is trying to make a comeback this year with a soft reboot of their Modern Warfare brand of the series. Promising new changes to gameplay, a more mature tone compared to Black Ops IIII, and trying to recapture what made Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare so groundbreaking 12 years. It’s no small order but it seems they are committed to this idea.

Now the alpha only had two modes present both a new variation of a 2v2 mode which is new to the series. The thing this is the most like is Halo 5 Guardian’s Breakout mode which is a 4v4 elimination style mode with a flag capture point in the center. It’s basically the same setup here except 2v2 instead of 4v4 likely to keep the pace of the matches extremely fast due to the low amount of kill time in Call of Duty.

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