Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Becomes PS4’s First HDR Compatible Title

With update 4.0 released last month, every PS 4 got HDR capabilities, making it not-necessary to own a PS 4 Pro to be able to enjoy crisper, brighter graphics. Of course, you do need an HDR compatible screen and a game with HDR support to go with that. Fans will be glad to know that in the latest patch, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gained HDR compatibility for the PS 4 and Xbox One S, making it the first HDR-capable PlayStation 4 game. In addition to this major update, there were also a lot of bug fixes, new items and Breach mode customization was also included in the patch. It’s hard to see a downside to this. For the rest of us who don’t own an HDR display, looks like we’ll have to be content with the more stable gameplay experience for the time being. Here are the official...

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Delayed until August 23rd, 2016

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has been delayed until August 23rd, 2016, Eidos-Montreal announced today. The game, which was originally set for a February release date, is a followup to 2011’sHuman Revolution and is the second in Eidos-Montreal’s revival of the classic first-person series. Writing in a blog post on the game’s website, studio head David Anfossi cites polish as the reason for the delay, stating that “it will require more time in tuning, iterations, and refinement to meet our high standards.” Guess the god in the machine needs some more polish. For more news, reviews and interviews, keep checking back at Gaming Central.

Hitman Contracts hits Steam

The silent assassin Agent 47 completed his most stealthy operation to date, launching Hitman Contracts on Steam for $7 or just Rs 500, Now that is a steal literally 😉 As the first batch of Steam reviews indicated, the game initially launched without any of the soundtrack and voice work. Hitman’s verified Twitter account confirmed the issue and said that it would be fixed in an “hour or two tops.” Now the most recent Steam reviews indicate that the issue has been resolved. The problem might have had something to do with the licensing of a song that plays during the Rendezvous in Rotterdam level. While the game features an original (and BAFTA Games Awards winning) original soundtrack by Jesper Kyd, it also features a few licensed songs, including the generically angryClutch by Immortal. It’s...

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