Age of Wonders III
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
A P102 as a PhysX card might be overkill, and now my brain's hurting trying to remember what that company was called. It was mostly rubbish, and was generally just used in motherboards to offer extra PCIe lanes.
DX12's multi GPU mode might work though.
Bluetooth gamepad. I mean, I'm pretty sure majority of people are playing on consoles with gamepads anyway.
The game had those. They had some mechanics but in the end it often comes down to everybody shoot down the bosses health bar and you can do that only so much before you get bored out of your mind.
You're probably thinking about Overwatch
I'm guessing they'll carry on licensing the necessary technology from AMD. I might be remembering wrong, but when the tech licensing deal with Nvidia ran out last year I thought they moved over to AMD. I doubt they'll need any extra licensing over and above what they already have in place for their current GPUs.
Isn't it technically not so bad to buy the game as long as you don't buy any microtransactions?
If you like the changes they made from the first one for the sake of monetization then by all mean, buy it. I for one do not. I have it any way because it came with the PS4 Pro I bought my kids for Christmas and I think I played for about 3 hrs before I uninstalled it.
Typically, the longer it takes a MP game to go on sale for half off or greater, the better it's selling. I know from friends who still play it and from popular forum sties, that people are complaining that it's getting more and more difficult to find matches in their preferred modes of play. I'm sure the 60% off is to try and stop the bleeding of players.
Funny thing that as SWBF2 falls in players, SWBF1 has risen in players.
it's doubtful they're holding out because of miners. More likely it's because of RAM shortages, meaning that it's probably more profitable for them to be making hardware for their professional grade lines instead of consumers. Add to that that people overhyped Vega meaning that the general populace still overvalues Nvidia, so they have no real reason to release a new generation because they hold the crown.