Nvidia Ray Tracing technology is supported by the new Nvidia RTX graphics cards and even though support is minimal right now developers are going to jump on board the bandwagon because, at the end of the day, this is Nvidia that we are talking about. We are excited about the future where we developers will be able to use Nvidia Ray Tracing in order to render lighting and shadows. Here are the 10 upcoming games that we think should come with support for Nvidia Ray Tracing. 10 Upcoming Games That Should Use Nvidia Ray Tracing If you are interested in learning more about ray tracing then be sure to check out our list of all the games that will support this feature. Right now the RTX 2070 is the minimum requirement for this feature but developers think that the feature will come to consoles later on. The Division 2 The first game was very beautiful indeed and with the new game coming a few months from now, one can imagine how the game will benefit from the added visual effects that … [Read more...] about 10 Upcoming Games That Should Definitely Use Nvidia Ray Tracing
2018 upcoming games
With the last quarter on the horizon to conclude another year, it is time to note what upcoming games should be dropped in your wishlist if they have not already been. It is not entirely necessary that every single listing below will serve your needs since purchases are usually made based on personal tastes. On the same note, not all upcoming games have been mentioned and the compilation does carry a bit of bias for either the franchise or genre. Nonetheless, the following ten upcoming games definitely need you to give them a second look. Do take note that they are all ordered in accordance with their release dates. Shadow of the Tomb Raider After finding the lost kingdom of Yamatai in Japan and the legendary city of Kitezh in Siberia, Lara Croft must now take to Latin America in search of a Mayan relic that holds a dear connection with her late father. However, as expected, the antagonistic paramilitary organization known as Trinity is also on the same quest in its long-standing … [Read more...] about Ten Upcoming Games That Deserve Your Attention This Fall
THE PCG Q&AFind all previous editions of the PCG Q&A here. Check out some highlights: - What is the absolute best gaming snack?What classic PC game is on your pile of shame?What does no one seem to understand about a game you love?This weekend, we've asked the PC Gamer writers about the upcoming games that have made them the most excited over the years, sometimes from reading ancient issues of our own magazine. You'll find a mix of old and new games in here, and we'd love to hear your choices in the comments below too. We've also thrown in some answers from subscribers to the PC Gamer Club membership program via our exclusive Discord channel. Find out more about the PC Gamer Club here.Tyler Wilde: Max PayneI remember reading a preview in PC Gamer which stated that you could go from an indoor environment to an outdoor environment seamlessly—and in New York City! That was really all it took to get me hyped. I was a Quake 2 map maker, and the best you could really … [Read more...] about What’s the most hyped you’ve ever been about an upcoming game?
Brace yourselves, because E3 is almost here. What games might we see? Well, we’ve got some ideas… Aside from the rhetoric of media briefings and the hilarity of furious or joyous fanboy meltdowns on social media, E3 is ultimately all about the games. Forget everything else. While the first-party publishing houses of Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony will all have some tricks up their sleeves, much of the hype at E3 will be driven by what games third-party publishers bring to the table. But what might we expect at the show? On this page, we list off all of the major third party publishers showing up in Los Angeles next month and run down what we might expect from them – from updates on announced games to rumored reveals and distant hopes. Let’s get to it. EA: Battlefield 5 and Bioware’s big shot at redemption – plus the other stuff After the struggle and ultimate disappointment of Mass Effect Andromeda, Bioware is on a mission. Arguably, with EA’s … [Read more...] about E3 2018: what games to expect from Bethesda, Ubisoft, EA, Capcom, Square Enix and everyone else
Regardless of what platform you own, gamers have a lot of major titles to look forward to in 2018, from the upcoming God of War to marquee holiday releases such as Red Dead Redemption 2 and the Switch version of Super Smash Bros. But while these big-name games may garner the most attention, they are hardly the only ones worth picking up this year.Already, 2018 has seen a host of wonderfully inventive indie games arrive on every platform, from the captivating Metroidvania-style platformer Iconoclasts to the critically acclaimed tactical gem Into the Breach. And there are many other such games still on the way this year, as we got to see firsthand at PAX East 2018.During the show, the GameSpot team got the opportunity to try out a variety of upcoming titles, including many that you may not be familiar with. In the video above, Tony Wilson recounts the games that impressed us most at the show. It was difficult to whittle the list down, but the seven we selected are ones you should … [Read more...] about 7 Upcoming Games You Shouldn’t Miss