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The Best Announcements From Gamescom 2017

Gamescom was a blast this year, with amazing reveals and announcements one after the other. As a PC gamer I’m extremely happy to see some of the biggest console releases coming to the PC soon. Without further ado, we present our top picks from the games announced at Gamescom 2017. Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition Lo and behold! We knew this was going to happen, and now we know when. The epic fantasy RPG by Square Enix will make its way to Windows via Steam in 2018. It comes with all the DLC content, AND a bunch of extra NVIDIA stuff. Also, did I mention that you’ll be able to play the game in glorious 4K? Well, if you have a GTX 1080Ti, that is. But I’m still pretty excited. Honestly, it’sd hard not to be. Biomutant You play as a kung-fu master raccoon in this open...

Final Fantasy XV PC Requirements Are Insane, GTX 1080Ti & 170GB Free HDD Space Recommended

So we’re really happy aboutĀ Final Fantasy XV coming to the PC, but before everyone jumps on the bandwagon, there’s something you need to see. The recommended system requirements to run the game are out, and you’re gonna need a beast of a system to be able to play it in all its glory. Take a look at the specs: Monitor: Supports 4K and HDR GPU: GEFORCE GTX 1080Ti CPU: Intel i7 3.4 GHz or Ryzen 7 1700 RAM: 16 GB 5.1 or 7.1 Surround Headphone HDD: 170 GB Considering that the game comes loaded with visual enhancements and GameWorks features, it’s not surprising to see the recommended hardware including a GTX 1080 Ti and a 4K screen. But what comes as a shocker is that the game needs 170GB of space on your hard drive. Considering how most ISPs are in our country, good luc...

Final Fantasy XV Coming To PC In Glorious 4K

We knew it was going to happen, it was just a matter of time. And it seems like the wait is getting shorter. Square Enix has confirmed thatĀ Final Fantasy XV will indeed be coming to the PC in 2018. Don’t believe us, check out the trailer below: The PC version of the game will have 4K textures, will support Dolby Atmos, and be heavily laden with NVIDIA GameWorks effects, including NVIDIA HairWorks, NVIDIA Flow, NVIDIA VXAO and more. It promises to be the definitive edition of the game, and needless to say, will look a lot better than its console version. A final release date is yet to be announced, but we’re still excited. Also, here’s to hoping that all the NVIDIA features are well optimized! In the meanwhile, feast your eyes upon these magnificent screenshots: Register w...


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