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The Medium PC spec requirements: minimum R9 390X for 1080p 30FPS

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Tue, Jan 19 2021 5:41 PM CST

Bloober Team revealed the full PC spec requirements for their new ultra-creepy horror game The Medium, ranging from 1080p 30FPS minimum and 4K 30FPS with ray tracing.

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The Medium is set to bring Beksinski-style terror to gamers later this month, and now PC users can see how their rig stacks up. The game requires a minimum R9 390X GPU or an GTX 1650 SUPER or GTX 1060 for 1080p 30FPS at low presets, complete with an Intel Core i5-6600 CPU or Ryzen 5, 8GB of RAM, and 50GB of install space.

Minimum specs for ray-tracing require an RTX 2060 Super with 8GB of VRAM, an AMD RX 6800 with 16GB of VRAM, an Intel Core i5-9600 or an AMD Ryzen 3700 X, and 16GB of RAM.

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Half-Life 3 from Last of Us II developer? Never say never

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Tue, Jan 19 2021 5:01 PM CST

What if Naughty Dog talent had sway over the next Half-Life game? What if the next sci-fi shooter (maybe Half-Life 3) was incredibly dramatic and with over-the-top action sequences? Sounds far-fetched, but Naughty Dog creative director Neil Druckmann wants to do something with Valve's franchise.

On Twitter, The Last of Us II and Uncharted director Neil Druckmann was asked what IPs he'd like to make games for. The answers are pretty surprising. There's Cowboy Bebop, The Punisher, Ghost Rider, Hotline Miami...and Half-Life. This probably won't ever happen considering how protected Valve has been over the franchise.

Then again, stranger things have happened in the games industry. We didn't think Microsoft would buy out Bethesda, and Valve themselves bought out Campo Santo, the indie dev behind Firewatch, years ago. What if Valve recruited Druckmann to help with a Half-Life spinoff project, maybe a VR sequel that also helps set the stage for Half-Life 3?

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Sumo Digital hints Crackdown 4 is in development

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Tue, Jan 19 2021 3:10 PM CST

New Sumo Digital job listings have gamers guessing on a possible Crackdown sequel.

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Crackdown 3 was hyped up for the Xbox One X, but the game came and went with little fanfare. Now it looks like Microsoft could try again, and Sumo Digital could be helping out. According to new job listings from Sumo Digital's Sheffield branch, the developer is hiring over 80 people for a handful of new projects. The positions range from higher-level senior leads to executive producers and hint these games may still be in early phases of development.

Various job listings confirm Sumo Digital Sheffield is working at least two new games: One is a AAA game set in an established open-world franchise, and another is a brand new third-person multiplayer IP. Fans speculate the former could be Crackdown 4 for Microsoft. The other is harder to define, of course.

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NVIDIA edits G-SYNC ULTIMATE requirement, removes 1000 nits brightness

Anthony Garreffa | Displays & Projectors | Mon, Jan 18 2021 10:14 PM CST

NVIDIA debuted the flagship G-SYNC ULTIMATE with strict requirements that monitors or TVs that get G-SYNC ULTIMATE certification have particular spec requirements that include 1000 nits of brightness... yeah, well, not anymore.

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The company revealed 3 new gaming monitors with G-SYNC ULTIMATE certification at CES 2021 this year, with the ASUS PG32UQX (peak brightness of 1400 nits), MSI MEG MEG381CQR (HDR 600), and LG 34GP950G (HDR 600). All of these monitors are G-SYNC ULTIMATE gaming displays.

These are the G-SYNC ULTIMATE requirements, before they were changed recently:

  • + 1000 nits brightness
  • highest resolution + highest Hz
  • Ultra-low latency
  • Multi-zone backlight
  • Wide color gamut
  • Advanced NVIDIA G-Sync processor

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NVIDIA launches new GeForce card, the entry-level GeForce GT 1010

Anthony Garreffa | Video Cards | Mon, Jan 18 2021 9:16 PM CST

NVIDIA might have delayed the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti reveal, but the company has taken the time to ninja-launch its new GeForce GT 1010 graphics card.

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The new GeForce GT 1010 graphics card should be packing the Pascal GP108 GPU, under 4GB and more likely a 2GB framebuffer. TechPowerUp reports that their sources say the GeForce GT 1010 will pack 256 CUDA cores and 2GB of GDDR5 RAM while the GPU will have a base clock of 1228MHz and boost clock of 1468MHz.

NVIDIA seems to replacing its ageing GeForce GT 710 graphics card with the new GeForce GT 1010 graphics card, with the GT 710 released in January 2016. We're now in January 2021 and NVIDIA is replacing that card, and as VideoCardz points out: "The purpose of the GeForce GT 1010 seems unclear. Most integrated graphics cards are already faster than this SKU, especially in 2021. NVIDIA is likely trying to sell their overstock of Pascal GPUs".

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ASUS reveals funky new GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER ZAKU II Edition card

Anthony Garreffa | Video Cards | Mon, Jan 18 2021 8:27 PM CST

ASUS has just unveiled its new GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER ZAKU II graphics card, with the design of the card fully inspired by Char's MS-06S ZAKU II Mobile Suit.

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The new GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER ZAKU II graphics card has a factory overclock, with the TU116-300 GPU having a base GPU clock of 1530MHz and boost GPU clock of 1830MHz. There's 6GB of GDDR6 here @ 14Gbps on a 192-bit memory bus, too.

The card measures in at a thicker 2.7-slot design, boasting a triple-fan cooler and even an old school DVI-D connector -- alongside its HDMI 2.0b and DP 1.4a ports.

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This lighting mod for Cyberpunk 2077 makes it look like E3 2018 build

Anthony Garreffa | Gaming | Mon, Jan 18 2021 8:07 PM CST

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the best looking games ever made, but a new lighting mod wants to bring back the look and style that CD PROJEKT RED showed off... during the E3 2018 build of the game. This is what I'm talking about:

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The new Cyberpunk 2077 E3 2018 Lighting mod uses unused files in the game, and attempts to restore the look anf style of the lighting from the E3 2018 build of the game.

The modder explains: "I made some changes to the main env, to bring the same look we had in 2018 (not everyone likes it) but, as usual, CDPR leaves many unused files within its builds and this helps us a lot in terms of modding. Before we had to use a command to have such lighting, but ner everyone could use it because of DLSS and several other problems, like mirrors, inventory etc. But now everyone can use".

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Battlefield 6: 'soft reboot', inspired by BF3 with 128-player battles

Anthony Garreffa | Gaming | Mon, Jan 18 2021 7:11 PM CST

EA DICE is hard at work at whatever Battlefield 6 eventuates into, but according to Tom Henderson in the video below, the game will be a "soft reboot" of Battlefield 3 and heavily inspired by it.

Battlefield 6 will not only be inspirted by Battlefield 3, but it will have huge large scale battles with support for up to 128 players -- something we heard rumors of a few months ago now. At the time, we heard that 32 v 32 would be the norm for BF6 while previous-gen console versions in the PS4 and Xbox One will only support up to 32 players.

It wouldn't be a new Battlefield game if DICE didn't add that all-important battle royale mode, which is another thing that Battlefield 6 will have. So we're looking at a Battlefield reboot + 128 player support + next-gen graphics + hopefully next-gen destruction + battle royale. The last few Battlefield games have been disappointing to me, so I'm hoping DICE actually blows us away and brings Battlefield back to the top with Battlefield 6.

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Battlefield 6 may surprisingly come to these older consoles too

Derek Strickland | Gaming | Mon, Jan 18 2021 6:26 PM CST

YouTuber and known leaker Tom Henderson is back again with more Battlefield 6 info, and it's possible the game could also release on PS4 and Xbox One consoles alongside next-gen systems.

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Battlefield 6 may not be a next-gen PS5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC exclusive after all, and could be a cross-gen release. "I was told the next Battlefield will also be coming to last-gen consoles, that being the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One," Henderson said in a recent video.

Henderson also says the 128-player mode will be only available for select maps, and 32v32 will be the standard. the 64v64 maps and game types will also be exclusive to next-gen consoles and PC; PS4 and Xbox One won't be able to support them. Sources also told Henderson that this year's Battlefield will have graphical downgrades and reduced destruction, which is to be expected from the limited Jaguar-based SoCs.

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Omega Chair - Instant Comfort For Every Posture, Now on Sale

Sponsored Content | Peripherals | Mon, Jan 18 2021 5:10 PM CST

Omega chair promises instant comfort for every posture with ergonomics redefined through an intelligent blend of top tier engineering with European design and German textiles along with Italian-built parts. If you are sick and tired of your current chair and are looking for something new, this is one to consider.

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Omega chair is designed for your health. Its ergonomic design responds to how you sit and move on the chair, providing a natural balance and total support for long hours at the desk working or gaming. Your body will be well supported so you can maintain focus through its intuitive and comfortable design. Need to relax a bit? Kick back in comfort with its reclining function, all while looking after yourself. Here are the key features which define the Omega chair.

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