Graphic SettingsThere are many guides on this topic so I’ll keep this section relatively short. Make sure that you set Foilage to very low, at higher settings as in most games foilage works against you. Grass makes it more difficult to see targets over the crests of hills and birms, and bushes become more lush and easier for other players to hide in. Settings preferences will change from person to person, but if you choose to play with foilage on high or ultra you are only hindering yourself. If you are having FPS issues, there are a handful of launch options that can help. -USEALLAVAILABLECORES -malloc=system Above are the launch options that I use, but there are many [...]
Game subscription services now look like they’re here to stay, & Sony’s PlayStation Now just got an exciting update: The first PS4 games on the service are now available to play. The debut list includes 24 games that originally came out on PS4, bringing PS Now to the contemporary console era of games releases for the first time.
The games list includes quite a few smaller releases & some remasters, like God of War 3 Remastered, but though it may be humble beginnings, it’s also a good sign that Sony intends to keep investing in the service & bringing more recent iconic titles to member. The subscription services streams games to a [...]
Bethesda has been getting its money out of that whole Skyrim thing.
Today at Sony’s E3 2017 press conference, the studio announced it would be rereleasing Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim on PlayStation VR this November.
The company already announced yesterday that it was bringing the title to Nintendo Switch later this year.
With Bethesda bringing titles like Skyrim, Fallout & Doom to VR, one might wonder why there hasn’t been any love for the Oculus Rift while titles have been announced for both the PlayStation VR & HTC Vive. That reason would be Bethesda parent company ZeniMax Media suing the bejesus out of Oculus & [...]
With the launch of Microsoft’s new Xbox One X gamers got an update on the latest Minecraft news — chiefly that Minecraft is now available across any device.
As part of the company’s big show at E3 Microsoft talked about the latest Minecraft update.
The “Better Together Update” unifies console, mobile & Windows 10 versions of the game.
The new update also features better graphics & cross-platform support to let Windows 10 & mobile Minecraft players play the game together.
As part of the update, Minecraft is ditching any special branding associated with Minecraft for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, mobile games or VR — they’ll all just be known as [...]