Control game makes ray tracing an easy sell
Analysis: The future of PC gaming available today
Real-time ray tracing is the biggest leap in computer graphics since programmable pixel shading on the NVIDIA GeForce 3 (NV20) in 2001. What used to be a dream for every computer graphics software developer became a reality in August of 2018 with NVIDIA's Turing architecture.
AMD rolls out Radeon Software 19.8.2 driver
One to have for Control and Man of Medan
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.8.2 driver graphics card driver which brings daz/one support for upcoming Control and Man of Medan games, as well as fixes some issues.
Nvidia shows Control in full RTX glory
New trailer ahead of the launch on August 27th
Nvidia has released a new trailer Remedy Entertainment's upcoming Control game, which shows all RTX effects in full glory.
Control requirements show up on Epic Games Store
RTX support comes at a price
Remedy's Control, which is also a part of Nvidia's latest bundle, will be launching on August 27th, and system requirements have now appeared at the Epic Games Store, showing that the game will need a decent system to look as impressive as it does on Nvidia's trailer.
More games hop on Nvidia Ray Tracing train
Including Cyberpunk 2077, Watch Dogs: Legion, COD: Modern Warfare, and more
Nvidia was quite keen to announce that some of the big AAA game titles like Cyberpunk 2070 and Watch Dogs: Legion will be ray traced with CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077 as one of the biggest names around.
Nvidia releases some RTX gaming trailers and videos
Battlefield V, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and more
Preparing for the availability of its first Geforce RTX 20-series graphics cards, Nvidia has also released all the gaming trailers and demos that use some of the RTX technologies, like the Ray Tracing.
360 controlled by iPad?
Microsoft update makes it so
Intel gets tough with suppliers
Releases details of corporate responsibility report
720 controllers have touchscreens?
Maybe not exactly what you think
US Government wants to control social networking
We do not want any “arab springs” here