Tag: Gamescom 2019

Mattel unveils Hot Wheels: Infinite Loop iOS racing game

Mattel is launching its iOS-based racing game, Hot Wheels: Infinite Loop in an attempt to takes its famous toy brands into digital gaming. The move is the latest example of how Mattel is serious about taking its toy brands like the 51-year-old Hot Wheels and moving them into the digital space, including games, said Andrew […]

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Why original creator Volker Wertich has returned to make The Settlers

Ubisoft has rebooted The Settlers, a 26-year-old franchise that simulates living in a medieval fantasy world. And the man leading the creation is Volker Wertich, who created the original version of The Settlers in 1991. The PC game will debut in 2020, and Ubisoft and its Düsseldorf studio are showing it off this week at […]

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Dell shows off Alienware Aurora PC and 55-inch gaming monitor

Dell’s Alienware division unveiled a bunch of new products for gamers coming this fall, from a new Alienware Aurora gaming PC and a 55-inch OLED gaming monitor. Alienware’s set of gaming products for the fall includes the newly designed Alienware Aurora mid-tower desktop, three mice and two keyboards, as well as a number of new […]

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Dying Light 2 and a new Tencent game get Nvidia RTX ray tracing

Nvidia is working with more developers to bring ray tracing to several new upcoming releases. During a presentation at Gamescom in Germany, the graphics company revealed that its RTX technology is coming to the new content for Metro Exodus, Minecraft, Dying Light 2, and Synced: Off-Planet. These games join a growing list of titles that […]

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Minecraft will support Nvidia’s real-time ray tracing RTX graphics

Nvidia announced that Microsoft’s Minecraft will be the latest game to support Nvidia’s real-time ray tracing graphics on the PC. The game is one of a number that Nvidia will show running on Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics cards at the Gamescom game event in Cologne, Germany this week. Other games that will include RTX support […]

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Gamescom gets its own VR showcase

Despite rising popularity, VR has always struggled to standout at major gaming events. That’s why we put on the first-ever E3 VR Showcase last month. Next month, though, a number of independent VR developers will band together to showcase their latest projects at one of the industry’s biggest events — Gamescom. The industry trade show […]

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