Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week, Bloodborne II in the spotlight
This week saw games-related posts among the top posts of the week in otherwise usually hardware topics. Possible release of Bloodborne II, EA mocking the complaints from the community, and rumored use of ZEN 2 in upcoming Xbox Scarlett was the leading news articles in our weekly roundup.
Read the full roundup of top posts below.
AMD is allegedly readying three brand new graphics cards based on its upcoming 7nm Navi graphics architecture.
AMD is allegedly preparing 10 new unbelievable Ryzen 3000 series CPUs, including a 16 core with a mind-boggling 5.1GHz clock speed.
It’s been some time since the release of From Software’s Bloodborne, and most fans of the game are ready to return to its bloody and unforgiving world.
AMD’s mainstream AM4 platform is here to stay and while it may get updated features and new chipsets in the run, it will support AMD’s current and next-generation Ryzen processors.
It appears that publisher EA is mocking the complaints from the community about the historical accuracy of the recently released Battlefield V.
AMD Outsells Intel 2 to 1 at Germany’s Largest E-Tailer in November
For every one Intel processor sold at Mindfactory.de last month, buyers purchased approximately two AMD processors.
The next console generation is fast approaching, with both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles being now over five years old, but official details are still scarce on the new consoles that Sony and Microsoft will release in the fairly near future.
Monster Hunter World producer Ryozo Tsujimoto has teased an imminent announcement that will surely please fans.
One big change that you should expect on the Galaxy S10 next year is a brand new display.
The Korean tech giant slowed down the pace of innovation on its iconic smartphone lineup recently, and as a result, it’s got quite a lot of ground to cover next year.