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DOOM Eternal

[gamescom 2019] Eternal DOOM - Proven

We are at gamescom in Cologne and the commitments never end. Among the many tested games, we had the chance to get our hands on an exclusive demo of the long awaited Eternal DOOM. A...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

System requirements for Wolfenstein PC version: Youngblood revealed

Wolfenstein: Youngblood's release date is getting closer, the game will be released next July 26, and in the past few hours Bethesda has made public the system requirements needed to run ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood will support NVIDIA's ray tracing and Adaptive Shading

In the past few hours NVIDIA and Bethesda have announced that Wolfenstein: Youngblood will support real-time ray tracing and Adaptive Shading, which will improve overall performance. The game then goes on to add to ...
DOOM

DOOM, the update for the 4K improves the definition by lowering the performance

It was probably obvious, but the bad moods that the voices began to stir up in various users led Digital Foundry to analyze DOOM after applying the patch on Xbox One X and PlayStation ...

theScore esports YouTube Channel Reaches One Million Subscribers

Channel continues its rapid growth through industry-leading coverage of competitive gamingTORONTO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # esports - Score Media and Gaming Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) ("theScore") announced today that its ...

Bethesda opens another studio, a new game in development

Bethesda Softworks has opened a new development studio called Roundhouse Studios, in Madison. It is run by the recently closed Human Head Studios team. Chris ...

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