We gave you the leak last week about The Division Open beta and now it looks like it is official. Gamers on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will be able to take part in the open beta later this month.
Rise of Tomb Raider could likely be one of the first AAA games to have DirectX 12 support. Its developer Crystal Dynamics is planning a massive update that will add a new renderer, and new content (VFX, geometry, textures).
Ever since Valve announced SteamOS and Steam Machines there have been two Steam Machines that were shown the most. They were the Alienware Steam Machine and Zotac’s NEN SN970. Not that long ago we took a look at the Alienware unit, and now we have the NEN SN970 to review. This unit is part of Zotac’s extremely popular ZBOX line of mini PCs. Under the hood you have an Intel Core i5-6400T processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960, 8GB of memory, and a 1TB 2.5“ SATA hard drive. Like all Steam Machine’s the NEN SN970 will ship with SteamOS pre-installed and an official Steam Controller. This will bring gaming into the living room and you’ll have the massive Steam library of games to choose from, which has more games than either of the two major consoles. Let’s get to gaming and see what the NEN SN970 is all about!
It looks like The Division will be getting an unexpected open beta! The closed beta was this past weekend with Xbox One players getting an extra 24 hours. While this weekend’s beta was a closed beta (you needed a beta code or invite) this new one should be open for everyone.
It looks like preload for The Division Beta is now available on all platforms. I woke up this morning to an e-mail in my inbox saying I could preload the game. Preload started yesterday on Xbox One, but now it is available for PC (via UPlay) and PlayStation 4 users as well.
The beta for The Division is currently going on and it looks like we have some leaked gameplay. This gameplay was captured on PC running at 1080p resolution. Hopefully this video stay online long enough for you to check it out.
The system requirements for The Division have been revealed! Now you will know if you system can run the game. The system requirements were actually leaked in the games beta client readme file. Also revealed in this readme file is the fact that the game will have multi-monitor support!
The Division’s release date is set for March 8th. With that many gamers are anxious to get in on a beta to see if they want to purchase the game or not. Well it looks like gamers will get their chance as it has been confirmed that the beta will take place sometime this month.
More and more gamers are moving to the living room. We’ve seen this with the new Steam Machines and Corsair’s Bulldog living gaming machine. With more and more PC gamers moving into the living room there needs to be a way to use a keyboard and mouse practically, Corsair thinks they have it in their Lapdog.
So I’m not exactly sure how I missed this, but earlier this week Epic Games, the studio we know for Gears of War and the Unreal Engine have released both their announcement and gameplay trailers for their new MOBA Paragon.
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