Your recommended weapons loadout for BFV

Subject: General Tech | November 7, 2018 - 01:51 PM |
Tagged: gaming, battlefield V, just cause 4

The required and recommended system specs for BFV have been announced, and unless you are hoping to enable ray tracing they are not too daunting.  A Ryzen 3 1300X or i7 4790, with 12GB of RAM and a GTX 1060 or RX 580 seem reasonable and the 50GB install seems almost small compared to some current generation games.  For RTX you will of course need to invest in a RTX 2070 at the least, as well as a better CPU. 

HEXUS also posted the specs to play Just Cause 4, while lacking ray tracing the requirements to run at 4K are still fairly impressive, drop by to see if you are ready to play or if you should be looking for an upgrade.

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"Back in early September we revealed the PC system requirements from the Battlefield V beta. Now EA/DICE has officially revealed the PC system requirements for Battlefield V - including a set of reqs for DXR (DirectX Raytracing) gaming (or 'RTX On' in Nvidia lingo). A quick look back and forth reveals the minimum specs have been raised a little, as have the recommended specs."

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Source: HEXUS

Strap balloons to a tank and go flying, Just Cause you can

Subject: General Tech | September 26, 2018 - 03:24 PM |
Tagged: gaming, just cause 4

We are still a while out before the release of Just Cause 4, currently it is set to launch on Dec. 4th and we haven't heard anything about possible delays.  There is enough of the game finished to show off what's new and you can enjoy a video with over 15 minutes of game play at Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN.  The physics for the parachute and wing suit look vastly improved but that is nothing compared to some of the other stunts Rico was shown pulling off.  For instance you can shoot the propane tank under a food cart and send it sailing, along with yourself if you are quick enough with the grappling hook, but it is the flying tank that really looks to be the most amusing of what was shown.

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"A new 19-minute gameplay video of Just Cause 4 shows the devs larking about flying, gliding, shooting, detonating, turning a tank into an airship using balloons, and somehow repurposing a radar tower as a car-launching catapult."

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