This week in our roundup of top posts, it seems like Gaming category has swept almost all the spots. With news from Zelda, Metro Exodus, and Final Fantasy being in the front.
Here are our top posts from the week.
A new version of the Wii U emulator Cemu has been released online, Cemu 1.15.2, and it seems like the update did introduce some considerable performance improvements for several titles, including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Metro Dev: If You Boycott Metro Exodus Because It’s Not on Steam, Chances Are the Next Metro Won’t Be on PC At All
Last week’s big story in gaming was the decision taken by Deep Silver/Koch Media (and supported by parent company THQ Nordic) to make Metro Exodus exclusive to the Epic Games Store for one year.
Final Fantasy XVI is definitely quite far from release, with Square Enix now focusing on Final Fantasy VII Remake. Naoki Yoshida, director of Final Fantasy XIV, would like to see a different direction for the next main entry in the series.
Ahead of the game’s release, we reached out to Koei Tecmo in order to confirm the technical specs for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One X consoles.
Civilization VI recently announced its second full expansion, Gathering Storm, which focuses on the environment and diplomacy, and now they’ve revealed a new leader that mixes up the series’ usual rules a bit.
We knew that a Titanfall game was probably coming this year from Respawn. The developers confirmed investment in the IP back in August 2017 and a few months ago, Electronic Arts revealed Respawn had ‘games’ on the way, hinting that there was at least another project on the schedule.
The key highlight of the GeForce RTX 20 series was the enablement of real-time raytracing which is the holy grail of graphics and something NVIDIA spent 10 years to perfect.