V8.20 of Fortnite is here, and it’s brought with it a fair amount of very important change, from new Foraged Items like the Banana and the Pepper to the addition of a brand new Ranked Mode to Fortnite, after, oh, about five billion years of players asking for it. Our Fortnite Patch Notes page helps you keep track of every update, every set of patch notes, all in one place. What’s more, we’ll break down the latest changes with in-depth practical analyses and tips on how each adjustment changes the game and what you can do to stay ahead of the curve with Fortnite: Battle Royale. While you’re here, you might want to take a look at our sizeable Fortnite guide series, which we’ve packed with handy tips for beginners as well as tonnes of advanced strategies and details, ranging from Fortnite weapons stats to all the different Fortnite locations and how to complete the latest Fortnite week 4 challenges. Fortnite Patch Notes – V8.20 Fortnite Update (27 Mar … [Read more...] about Fortnite patch notes (V8.20)
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Fortnite has a new weapon again! The new Flint-Knock Pistol packs a hell of a punch at close range, and we’re sure over the next week we’ll be seeing a great many players touting these shotgun-pistols each match as the playerbase gets to grips with this knockback-oriented new weapon. The gun arrives alongside a set of balance adjustments and changes that we’ll break down for you in our analysis of the Fortnite V8.11 update. Our Fortnite Patch Notes page helps you keep track of every update, every set of patch notes, all in one place. What’s more, we’ll break down the latest changes with in-depth practical analyses and tips on how each adjustment changes the game and what you can do to stay ahead of the curve with Fortnite: Battle Royale. While you’re here, you might want to take a look at our sizeable Fortnite guide series, which we’ve packed with handy tips for beginners as well as tonnes of advanced strategies and details, ranging from … [Read more...] about Fortnite patch notes (V8.11)
Forza 7 released last year to critical success, though it received some criticism concerning the way microtransactions were implemented. This year, we get the tock, to the tick-tock cycle between Turn 10 Studio’s Motorsport and Playground Games’ Horizon series. Unlike Forza Motorsport, which tends to stick to the simulation side of things, Forza Horizon features a more arcade-inspired style. Forza Horizon 4 continues this tradition with an open-world and more over-the-top activities and races than ever. Forza Horizon 4 Review – Arcade vs. Simulation Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon means it’s entirely possible those who loved Forza 7 may just not jive with Forza Horizon 4. Whereas Forza Motorsport focuses more on strict racing on traditional racetracks, Forza Horizon takes a more freeform approach which lends itself to a more adventurous feel. If you’re more into strict simulations, the downtime between races may be too much of a distraction. If … [Read more...] about Forza Horizon 4 Review – Rule, Britannia!
PC building guidesNeed a new PC for The Crew 2? Check out our build guides: Budget gaming PC(~$750/£750) - A good entry-level system.Mid-range gaming PC(~$1,250/£1,250) - Our recommended build for most gamers.High-end gaming PC(~$2,000/£2,000) - Everything a gamer could want.Extreme gaming PC(>$3,000/£3,000) - You won the lotto and are going all-in on gaming.Best Gaming PCs.The Crew 2 is a bit of a lackluster experience, as we noted in our review. There's fun to be had, but the writing and story need help, as do the multiplayer aspects. That same feeling of "this could be better" applies to the game engine in general. It's 2018 and many games have proven (repeatedly) that it's possible and even beneficial to run at higher framerates. "No," says The Crew 2, "you will be content with 60fps max." It was a problem in the original as well, and it's particularly irksome considering how many other games Ubisoft publishes where the framerate is unlocked. It's also … [Read more...] about The Crew 2 is an unremarkable PC port of a lackluster racer
Congratulations! You've just (choose one) won the lotto / received your inheritance / started a new six-figure job / robbed a bank. What should you do with the wad of money burning a hole in your wallet? Build a new dream PC, naturally. And since you're presumably rolling in the money, the still-elevated prices on graphics cards (not to mention SSDs and memory) aren't really a problem. But if money is a concern, you might want to wait a bit longer to see if GPU prices become more reasonable.If you're looking for the best overall value for building a new gaming PC, you're in the wrong place. But sometimes you need to put games in their place. Forget about turning down the settings, lowering the resolution, or any other compromises. You want to build a PC to rival PC Gamer's Large Pixel Collider (minus the decorative fluff). Whether it's 4K or 1440p 144Hz, all running at the highest quality you're likely to see this side of 2018, you're ready to join the upper echelons of gaming … [Read more...] about Build Guide: the extreme gaming PC