Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week

Feb 3
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This week in our roundup of top posts, AMD Radeon VII 7nm makes its way to reviewers test benches and our staff explored the performance of Resident Evil 2 on PC.

Read the full round up below.

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The Last of Us Part II May Be Coming Sooner Than You Think, According to Gustavo Santaolalla

It’s no stretch to say that The Last of Us Part II might be the most anticipated triple-A game currently in development alongside Cyberpunk 2077.


 

Resident Evil 2 Remake PC Performance Explored

Resident Evil 2 is built on the RE (Reach For The Moon) Engine that was introduced with Resident Evil 7, ignore the timeline this is a remake after all.

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Blizzard to Buff Arms Warriors & Unholy DKs in Battle for Azeroth PVE; PvP Tuning is Being Considered

Blizzard will be tuning Arms Warriors, Resto Druids and Unholy Death Knights in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth PvE settings.


 

Blizzard Releases New Battle for Azeroth Patch 8.1 Hotfix; Partially Rolls Back Battle of Dazar’alor Stormwall Blockade Nerf

Blizzard has released another World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth hotfix which partially rolls back the Battle of Dazar’alor Stormwall Blockade Nerf that was implemented yesterday.


 

Windows 10 PC and Xbox One Are Getting DTS:X Soon, As Well As Enhancements for Dolby Atmos

DTS:X, the object-based surround sound format by DTS, will soon be available on Windows 10 PC and Xbox One


 

AMD Radeon VII 7nm GPU Makes Its Way To Reviewers Test Benches

With only a week away from its launch the AMD Radeon VII 7nm GPU appears to have made it’s way to reviewers hands.


 

First Look: Intel vs AMD EPYC AWS Cloud (IaaS) Benchmarks

AMD has made an epyc x86 comeback (pardon the pun) and the data center wars between the two chip manufacturers are quickly heating up.


 

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