In this week's of top posts, Gaming articles took few spots which include an update from PlayStation to improve system performance, the recreation of Warcraft's Azeroth, and an unannounced RuneScape Action RPG at Jagex.
Here are our top posts of the week.
The report mentions that not only were the next-generation processors teased, but a contest was hosted by the same sales agency that allowed users to take part in and win receive a Ryzen 3000 series chip, obviously when they launch.
It looks like NVIDIA’s upcoming mobility lineup will be utilizing the entire Turing GPU stack with Max-Q designs.
AMD is allegedly readying an RX 3000 Series 7nm based graphics card featuring its upcoming Navi 10 GPU that’s going to compete with NVIDIA’s RTX by summer of 2019.
The new firmware update for Sony’s console is available in various regions now and clocks in at roughly 426mb – somewhat larger than the regular minor system updates.
It looks like more AMD Ryzen 3000 series processors for ultra-low power mobility devices have started leaking out.
The amazing Azeroth in Skyrim Warcraft Mod aims to recreate Warcraft’s Azeroth in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and features quests based on Warcraft’s lore.
The trademark was registered around two weeks ago which is very recent which makes it seem like the new graphics cards would be arriving really soon to the market.
RuneScape, the free-to-play fantasy MMORPG originally released in January 2001 by Jagex, is still to this date the largest and most updated F2P game in the genre as recognized by the Guinness World Records.
Warwick Light (Vice President & Managing Director for the UK, IE & Australasia at Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe since October 2016) was featured in an interview published on the latest MCVUK magazine
The Outer Worlds, long rumored to be the next big roleplaying game by Obsidian Entertainment, was finally revealed at The Game Awards 2018 and turned out to be one of the most impressive titles showcased there.