Tag Archives: Middle Earth: Shadow of War

Middle-earth Shadow of War & Doom running in glorious 8K on two NVIDIA Titan RTX GPUs

YouTube’s ‘Thirty IR’ has shared two videos, showing Middle-earth Shadow of War and Doom running in 8K resolution with all details set on Ultra on two NVIDIA Titan RTX graphics cards. 8K gaming can be considered possible in a couple of games, provided you pay $5000 for two Titan RTX GPUs and lock the framerate at 30fps. Continue reading Middle-earth Shadow of War & Doom running in glorious 8K on two NVIDIA Titan RTX GPUs

First NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080 gaming benchmarks revealed, 50% faster in some games than the GTX1080, almost 100% faster with DLSS

And the time most PC gamers have been waiting has just arrived. The first gaming benchmarks for NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX2080 have just been revealed. These benchmarks are coming straight from NVIDIA and put the RTX2080 against the GTX1080. Continue reading First NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080 gaming benchmarks revealed, 50% faster in some games than the GTX1080, almost 100% faster with DLSS

Middle-earth: Shadow of War demo is now available for download

Warner Bros and Monolith have announced that a free demo for Middle-earth: Shadow of War is now available for download on Steam. This demo is based on the new microtransactions-free version of Shadow of War, and will give you an idea of what you can expect from it. Continue reading Middle-earth: Shadow of War demo is now available for download

New free updates coming to Middle-earth: Shadow of War in the next months, will remove micro-transactions

Monolith has announced that it will release some new free updates for Middle-earth: Shadow of War in the next months. As such, the team will be permanently removing Gold, War Chests and the Market from the game, something that will please a lot of players. Continue reading New free updates coming to Middle-earth: Shadow of War in the next months, will remove micro-transactions

Denuvo server issues prevented players from playing Batman: Arkham Knight, Mad Max & Shadow of War

It appears that some Denuvo server problems prevented PC gamers from playing their legitimate copies of Batman: Arkham Knight and Mad Max. According to reports, both of these games were not launching at all in the past couple days. And while both of them seem to be working right now, a lot of reports suggest that these issues were caused by the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Continue reading Denuvo server issues prevented players from playing Batman: Arkham Knight, Mad Max & Shadow of War

Destiny 2 had a solid PC release, single-player games still have legs

SuperData has released its worldwide digital video games stats for October 2017. According to the stats, the total revenue across console, mobile and PC in October was $8.5 billion, up from $7.4 billion in the same month last year. This growth is mainly due to a 28% jump in premium PC sales. Continue reading Destiny 2 had a solid PC release, single-player games still have legs