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Riders Republic Year 1 roadmap contains all sorts of free and paid content

There will be plenty of things to do in the game. Ubisoft has revealed the roadmap for the first year of post-release content for Riders Republic. The content includes free seasonal content and exclusive content for Year 1 Pass owners and will feature four different seasons with unique themes. It kicks off on day one with the Grand Opening Pre-Season. Players can participate in the game’s launch celebration by playing multiplayer modes Mass Race, Tricks Battle, Free for All, and Versus. They will also unlock exclusive rewards through weekly challenges. Year 1 Pass owners will be able to explore the…

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EA adds Battlefield 1, Dragon Age: Inquisition, and more titles to GeForce Now

More EA games have been added to the GeForce Now library. Four EA games from the Battlefield, Mirror’s Edge, Unravel, and Dragon Age franchises have been released on Nvidia’s GeForce Now, joining Apex Legends, which has long been streaming on the service. EA is expanding its support of the cloud gaming service with these titles, adding to the weekly list of new entities in the GeForce Now library. The new games are Battlefield 1, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Unravel Two, and Mirror’s Edge Catalyst. It’s worth noting the Battlefield 1 release is the Revolution offering, which cotains the base game, Battlefield…

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This Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy trailer highlights the game’s PC features

Time to see what Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has to offer PC players. Eidos-Montreal has released a new trailer highlighting the PC version of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Co-developed by studio d3t Ltd, the PC version of the game features real-time ray tracing, Nvidia DLSS, diffuse illumination, HDR, wide color gamut for more lifelike colors, and up to 8K resolution. Additionally, players without access to a GeForce RTX PC will be able to stream the RTX-enhanced version of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy via Nvidia’s cloud-based GeForce NOW service, with in-game progress transferable between devices. Marvel’s Guardians of…

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Guardians of the Galaxy videos shine the spotlight on leadership both in and out of combat

The new videos show the importance of strong leadership. Two new Guardians of the Galaxy videos have been released, and in them, senior gameplay director Patrick Fortier discusses how players can lead their team of intergalactic misfits. In the first video, Fortier discusses how the Guardians synergize in battle, while the second focuses on how players can lead the Guardians outside of it. Each of the crew have their own distinct personalities out of combat, and each have their own unique specialties and abilities on the battlefield. For example, Rocket serves as the group’s multi-target explosive specialist, Groot as its…

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Hopes for God Of War on PC stoked by leaked Nvidia list

Ever since Sony began releasing PlayStation-exclusive games on PC too, many have been clamouring for more of the big’uns: God Of War, Spider-Man, chuffing Bloodborne for god’s sake please Bloodborne. While Sony are still being coy about which games are coming our way, hopes were raised by a recent leaked list of games pulled from the digital guts of GeForce Now, which included a mention of God Of War for Steam. I wouldn’t get too excited just yet. While Nvidia have confirmed the list itself was real, they say some games on the list were “speculative”. Read more

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Nvidia is offering Watch Dogs Legion, one year of GeForce Now free with new RTX 3000 purchases

By Sherif Saed, Wednesday, 2 September 2020 09:45 GMT Watch Dogs Legion is one of several upcoming games with ray tracing, and Nvidia is giving it away for free to future owners of the RTX 3000 series.Following on from the big RTX 3000 series reveal, Nvidia has announced a new pack-in game. Anyone who buys an RTX 3090, 3080 or 3070 will get a free copy of Watch Dogs Legion.The offer is also valid on pre-built systems using any of the new GPUs, and will kick off on September 17 – the day of the RTX 3080’s launch. Nvidia is…

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Nvidia’s RTX 3000 GPUs will come with Watch Dogs Legion and a year of GeForce Now for free

If the comparatively low prices of the new [cms-block] RTX 3000 graphics cards weren’t already enough to tempt you into upgrading your GPU this year, then Nvidia’s freshly-announced RTX 3000 bundle will no doubt sweeten the deal further. I mean, RTX 2080 Ti-level performance for £469 / $499 on the RTX 3070 is already a tantalising proposition, I must admit, but anyone who buys who of Nvidia’s next-gen GPUs will also get a free copy of the ray tracing and DLSS-enabled Watch Dogs Legion for their trouble, as well as a year’s subscription to their cloud gaming GeForce Now service….