In the world of Cyberpunk 2077, you can swap out your boring, run-of-the-mill human bones for an endoskeleton at the drop of a hat. It's so quick and painless, you won't even know it's happening. No, seriously: when you decide to install some cyberware at the Ripperdoc, almost nothing happens. The lack of a cutscene or appearance change for most of Cyberpunk 2077's cyberware has disappointed a fair number of players, myself included - and while visible changes appear with a couple of hand and arm mods, even these are fairly subtle. Where are the big red mechanical arms I was expecting? Why can't I have that NPC's robot legs? … [Read more...] about Cyberpunk 2077 modders are massively improving player customisation
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Do you ever play Valorant and just do a little sigh when you see what map has been picked from the pool for your next match? For me, that’s Split (and also Icebox actually, but this post isn’t about that freezy fiend). Split’s always been a tough one for attackers, with its annoyingly tight choke points you’d need to funnel down, and far too many 50/50 angles for defenders to hide in. But last night, Riot Games released a patch with tons of little changes that should make Split a whole lot less frustrating to play. … [Read more...] about Valorant map Split is no longer an attackers’ nightmare
Currently, in the Season of the Hunt, which is due to end on February 9, Bungie has already revealed some of the changes coming next season. In the most recent This Week at Bungie update, it gave an overview of gear changes coming in Season 13. Drawing on feedback since the launch of Destiny 2: Beyond Light, the next season will reissue Dreaming City and Moon loot with improved drop rates and new perks to boot. This comes after it was revealed that Destiny 2 would be sunsetting over 20 legendary weapons. … [Read more...] about Destiny 2 dev reveals a Destiny state of play is coming next season
Admittedly, this is likely down to my choice of processor than a problem with the RTX 3070’s performance per se. While my Intel Core i5-10600K is pretty powerful compared to previous generations of Intel’s Core i5 chips, 1920×1080 is still a resolution where your CPU can make a surprising amount of difference to your PC’s overall performance. Due to the sheer amount of power available in today’s RTX cards, games are much more likely to be bound by the limitations of your CPU at this resolution than your GPU. As such, you’d likely see better results from the RTX 3070 here with a faster CPU. … [Read more...] about Nvidia RTX 3070 vs 3060 Ti: how do they compare?
Finding The PathFirst and foremost, you need to find your way to the dam where the Lake of Shadows Strike takes place. Follow the pathway behind the fireplace and keep going down until it dead ends. Look for a hole in the side wall to continue, which will eventually take you outside. Kill the Taken Hobgoblin across from you. Leap to the platform where the Hobgoblin was standing, then look down along the cliff to spot a tree on its side. Jump down to it and use it as a runway, then jump all the way to the dam. Try to land on the small flat part toward the bottom, which creates a curved path running the length of the dam. You can also land in one of the copper-colored divots and then drop to the lip slightly below. … [Read more...] about Destiny 2 Harbinger Guide: How To Find And Complete The Quest To Re-Roll Hawkmoon