EA has announced that they’re creating their own esports video production studio, EA Broadcast Center, which will host tournaments for the company’s games — like Madden NFL 19 Challenge — and create new esports-focused shows.
Crytek revealed real-time ray traced scenes which rendered with AMD‘s Vega 56 GPU in Cryengine.
Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition is coming to Nintendo Switch in sometime in 2019.
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Epic Games is defending itself from accessing users’ data and transmitting information back to the company, without user’s knowledge.
Epic Games has been collecting data from root certificates and DLLs through Epic Games Store launcher and sending it back to the company, specifically Steam files as well.
Epic‘s vice president of engineering Daniel Vogel responded to this by saying tracking pixel was a part of the Support-A-Creator program, to “pay creators” and track page statistics, and root certificate and cookies access were “a result of normal web browser start up”.
Vogel also stated that “Epic is controlled by Tim Sweeney”, but it is important to notice that Tencent, a Chinese giant, owns a majority of Epic Games.
Four Indian cities, Rajkot, Surat, Gir Somnath, and Bhavnagar, banned PUBG Mobile for “provoking violent and angry behaviour in young people”. And even arresting people for playing the game.
10 people got arrested since, reported by The Indian Express.
Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will now automatically roll back updates when it detects incompatibility issues that lead to startup failures. But only when all other automatic recovery attempts have been unsuccessful.
NatWest, a retail banking company based on UK, revealed fingerprint card. New card will use fingerprint to authorize a contact-less payment above £30, instead of the four-digit pin.
The card will be limited to 200 customers as a trial, and will go public if trial proves a success.