A new vulnerability called SPOILER has been revealed which affects Intel CPUs, and has massive potential to undermine existing hardware security. The new vulnerability was revealed through research from specialists and researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the University of Lübeck, and published in a research paper distributed this month through pre-print service ArXiv, “SPOILER:
So rumors from last year about a new Xbox One console that relies entirely on digital distribution are getting a lot more substantial. Microsoft and other gaming companies have been making a much more concerted push for digital distribution in the last few years, so this seems like a great choice. The original rumors started
NVIDIA GeForce 419.35 is out, bringing Game Ready performance to a handful of newer games. Apex Legends, Devil May Cry 5, and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 are all getting slighty improved performance with this patch. The focus of this driver update seems to primarily be on updating existing code and support for certain hardware,
The relationship between Ubisoft and Vivendi has been really contentiou sover the last few years. Staring in 2015, Vivendi has been attempting a takeover of the French game publisher and developer, with varying degrees of success. Ubisoft publicly came out against the attempts and made several deals and financial changes to thwart the attempted takeover.
Our guide for Synthesis League, including crafting tips and explanations of League mechanics, is out now. Path of Exile, everyone’s favorite ARPG, just got a whole lot more complex with the introduction of the 3.6 patch and Synthesis League. A lot of nerfs to different mechanics and with a bunch of new skill gem choices,
PlayStation Now, the paid service for PS4 owners which gives them access to hundreds of PS2, PS3 and PS4 titles for one low fee each month, just got even better. If you’re unfamiliar with Playstation Now, it’s a premium service offered by Sony which allows gamers to play hundreds of games for one low price.
As part of the second Chapter of post-launch content for Battlefield 5, DICE and EA just dropped the patch notes for their upcoming patch for the game tomorrow. This update focuses entirely on bug fixes and performance improvements though, so don’t expect a bunch of new content or game mode changes. There’s a few balance