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    Detroit: Become Human - READ OP BEFORE POSTING

    Detroit: Become Human will be using the Vulkan API, official PC system requirements revealed Quantic Dream lists an i5-2400, 4GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GTX660 for its minimum PC requirements. The team recommends an Intel I7-2700K with 12GB of RAM and an nVidia GTX 1080 graphics card.
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    Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2

    Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines is a cult RPG classic, famed for its excellent branching story, immersive sim gameplay, and top-notch writing. Originally released in 2004, the community has modded and enhanced Bloodlines in the time since, while they waited for a sequel, which has now been announced! Coming next year, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 features reactive storytelling, fast-paced melee combat, and intriguing characters with their own hidden motives. In addition, we can announce that NVIDIA is the official graphics partner for Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2, meaning that we will work closely with Paradox to integrate real-time ray tracing effects and performance-enhancing DLSS technology, to deliver the best possible experience for PC gamers. https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines-2-announced-dlss-ray-tracing/
  3. Sired in an act of vampire terrorism, your existence ignites the war for Seattle's blood trade. Enter uneasy alliances with the creatures who control the city and uncover the sprawling conspiracy which plunged Seattle into a bloody civil war between powerful vampire factions. Developer: Hardsuit Labs Publisher: Paradox Interactive Release Date: Mar 2020 Platforms: PC, PS4, XBONE Pre order - Steam Trailer : Screenshots:
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    The Outer Worlds

    Next up Cyberpunk 2077 EGS exclusive
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    System Shock

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    I.G.I. - Origins

    The most popular game series in college hostels is backkkkkkkkk
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    The PC Gaming Thread

    Ray Tracing coming to Nvidia Pascal/Turing GTX cards in April driver update - GTX 1060 6GB and up also enabled on Laptops
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    Control

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    The PC Gaming Thread

    Quake 2 RTX announced id Software’s Quake II launched in 1997, bringing gamers a new single-player campaign, a long-awaited, addictive multiplayer mode that we played for years on pitifully-slow 56K modems, and a jaw-dropping engine that supported 3DFX GPU acceleration out of the box. Colored lighting, dynamic visual effects, and much more, all running at a glorious 640x480, or perhaps 800x600 if you had top-of-the-line hardware. Fast forward to 2001, when id Software made the Quake II engine open source, enabling anyone to legally release total conversions with complete engine overhauls. Ever since, fans have beavered away on their own personal projects, the latest of which is Q2VKPT. Released in January, Q2VKPT was created by former NVIDIA intern Christoph Schied, a Ph.D. student at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany. The “PT” in its name stands for Path Tracing, a compute-intensive ray tracing technique that unifies all lighting effects (shadows, reflections, et cetera) into a single ‘pure ray tracing algorithm’. With Ray Tracing being all the rage, word of a developer making a beautiful, real-time ray-traced version of Quake II made headlines around the world. But path tracing has a downside: its random sampling algorithm introduces ‘noise’ that makes gameplay appear grainy and speckled, as seen in 2016’s Q2PT. To solve the problem, Christoph and his university colleagues built upon ideas originally conceived in 2016 during his NVIDIA internship, when he co-invented a fast way to remove said graininess by combining the results of multiple game frames, in a manner similar to that used by Temporal Anti-Aliasing. https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/quake-ii-rtx-ray-tracing-vulkan-vkray-geforce-rtx/
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    Battlefield V

    Sach mein maza agaya
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    Movie Discussion Thread

    ^Lel
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    Movie Discussion Thread

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