Killing Floor Calamity Tripwire Interactive Interview

Tripwire Interactive developer Alan Wilson explains how they've optimized Killing Floor Calamity for Nvidia Shield Tablet in this exclusive interview from GDC 2015 in San Francisco.


NVIDIA GeForce NOW Adds 54 New Games

NVIDIA GeForce NOW (GFN) is planning to broaden its user base by adding 54 new gaming titles, coming to the subscribers this November. Just after the addition of Alan Wake 2 to GFN, a cluster of top-tier games are getting added, Jusant, Virtex Stadium, and Dungeons 4, to name a few.

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DLSS 3 Accelerates Performance In NARAKA: BLADEPOINT, Slender: The Arrival & Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Nvidia writes:

This week, NARAKA: BLADEPOINT upgrades to DLSS 3, while Slender: The Arrival and Warhammer: Vermintide 2 introduce support for DLSS 3 in new updates. Additionally, HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED 2 - Turbocharged and AirportSim hit virtual shelves in the near future with day one support for DLSS 2. And Land of the Vikings recently exited Early Access with support for DLSS 2.

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Nvidia quietly cuts price of poorly reviewed 16GB 4060 Ti ahead of AMD launch

$50 price cut only makes the 16GB 4060 Ti marginally more palatable than before.

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Vits91d ago

The original pricing was indeed an issue, but not the major one. That would go for its longevity, the 128-bit memory interface will likely make sure that it ages like fine milk.

On the other hand, AMD's new offerings are also odd. The leaked benchmarks put the RX 7800 XT in a similar ballpark as the previous RX 6800 XT, just more efficient and a bit cheaper (MSRP) but for $100 less it just has amazing value over the RTX 4070. Whereas the RX 7700 XT is a good choice over the RTX 4060 Ti but that is mostly due to the latter being a very bad value card and when put against AMD's own offering it just crash and burn.

specialguest89d ago

I'm still running a GTX 1080. I thought the 4000 series would be my time to upgrade, but I think I'll wait for the 5000 series at this point