The next game in the Battlefield series is coming soon and it seems to be much different than previous versions. It still seems like it is going to be a fun and popular game that most gamers will enjoy. Well for PC gamers the official system requirements for Battlefield Hardline have been revealed!
Getting to know what your market wants is really very important if your brand is not planning to sell itself short. Now we don’t have much clue about why the GTA V isn’t being available for PC, but someone from Intel has claimed that it was partially due to money changing hands and so the game won’t be solely for the console for long.
It seems like Watch Dogs is following in the same footsteps of the original Crysis as more details regarding the system requirements have been leaked. It was rumored that the leaked specs were not so heavy but now that the official specs have been out, we can know for sure what the entire deal is about.
We reported last week that Half-Life 3 was officially trademarked, well that actually turned out to be fake. It was never officially checked or authenticated so it mysteriously vanished. Now a Portal 3 trademark has been officially filed, but this one has been officially checked and authenticated.
Just about two weeks ago Valve announced Steam Machines along with SteamOS and the Stream Controller. Steam Machines are said to be next generation gaming machines aimed at gamers that want to game in the living room on the big screen. Valve announced that Steam Machines would ship in 2014, but would be sending out 300 BETA units to eligible Steam users. Valve has now released the specifications of what some of the prototype units would be.
GTA V PC has been giving out quite confused results on the incorporation of the DirectX 11 mode. Rumors have recently been circulating indicating towards the DirectX 11 being the only mode employed in the GTA V PC. Some fans have also been going through the PS3 build code but it has been stated that there was no sighting of any code related to the DirectX 9 or DirectX 10 mode. This will surely represent no inclination towards the other two modes being present.
Well it looks like the “Steambox” will be a reality as Valve has announced their entry into the PC hardware world with Steam Machines. Steam Machines is a device that is bundled with Valve’s own SteamOS operating system and will allow you to play all of your favorite games in a living room setting.
The much awaited game is finally making its way towards its curious PC fans. Some sites which earlier quoted the news about this GTA V have even started quoting some expected dates of its release and it seems like the game won’t be out in the shadows for too long; the GTA V is coming to the PC in either November or early December.
DICE has officially revealed the PC requirements for Battlefield 4 on their Facebook page today. It looks like the game will run just fine on mid-range cards at 1080p resolution. Battlefield 4 is using the Frostbite 3 engine to deliver its powerful graphics. We have the system requirements listed below…
Ubisoft and NVIDIA have made an announcement that they are mutually forming a gaming alliance in order to provide the gaming enthusiasts with the best gaming experiences possible for Ubisoft’s biggest upcoming titles. Both the developers are working rock hard to add the greatest and finest in graphics technology, focusing in realism to the upcoming gaming titles which include Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell: Black List and Assassin Creed 4: Black Flag.