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GeForce Now, Nvidia’s virtual platform, has had its fair share of problems. Multiple AAA developers and publishers have pulled their titles from the platform, including Bethesda and Activision Blizzard. That’s a lot of titles for the GeForce Now to lose – with some of the most notable losses being the Fallout and Elder Scrolls games on Bethesda’s end
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This past weekend over on Twitter, the official accounts for NVIDIA GeForce and Cyberpunk 2077 engaged in quite the interesting exchange. What began with @Cyberpunk games tweeting a request for a limited edition Cyberpunk 2077 themed GPU, resulted in GeForce responding with a blurry image of a graphics card and the message “Stay tuned…” Just
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Wolfenstein: Youngblood has finally received an update to support RTX, meaning that the shiny surfaces throughout the game’s world will now realistically reflect anything. Even Nazis I assume. Bethesda has announced that MachineGames’ spin-off to the Wolfenstein games now has RTX support. The support is only available for those on PC with a rig capable of
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Nvidia’s latest generation of GPUs boasts a feature called RTX. This lets you unlock the power of real-time ray tracing in games like Battlefield V and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Nvidia is bringing their RTX tech to an old game this summer with the classic FPS Quake II. To show off what the update
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Coming from the studio that gave us action-packed thrillers like the Max Payne series and Alan Wake, the upcoming Control from Remedy Entertainment is among the most anticipated games to arrive later this year, and in some newly-released footage, we can already see it will be a graphical powerhouse thanks to its inclusion of Nvidia’s ray tracing tech
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Nvidia released a new video showcasing its new and powerful Ray Tracing-enabled RTX 2080. The card is in the middle of the line between the entry-level (relatively) RTX 2070 and the monster RTX 2080 ti, and in this video we see it unboxed. Esports Marketing Manager Brandon Ewing also takes some time to explain some
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Today during Nvidia’s Geforce Celebration hosted in Cologne, the graphics card manufacturer uses some hotly anticipated games to show off its brand new RTX ray tracing technology that will be at the base if the new Geforce RTX 20 series of GPUs. We see Battlefield V by DICE, with flames and explosions reflecting on specular
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Today, Square Enix announced that it would be teaming up with PC part manufacturer NVIDIA to develop the PC version of Crystal Dynamics’ highly anticipated title, Shadow of the Tomb Raider. According to the publisher, NVIDIA will be providing the company its gaming and PC development expertise to help deliver the most advanced gaming features for
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This week at GDC, developer 4A Games announced their collaboration with Nvidia’s RTX technology. The developer will be using it to include real-time ray traced global illumination in its upcoming addition to the Metro series, Metro Exodus.  A demo was released utilizing an in-game environment that was seen in the trailer revealed at E3 last year. Ray tracing is
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During Nvidia’s CES Press conference, the graphics card manufacturer announced new features for its Geforce Experience client starting tomorrow (January 9th). Shadowplay Highlights will be supported by four new games, including Epic Games’ Fortnite Battle Royale. The Ansel feature got a new UI, and eight new filters have been added, alongside the ability to mix different filters.
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