It's nice to talk about all the great games that were released this year, but we're also not going to let slide the games that really disappointed us, and there's a few that stick out like a sore thumb. The following games simply weren't good enough; far from it in fact.
PUBG is finally leaving early access and heading to a 1.0 release, whatever that means. To celebrate the ocassion, Nvidia has released new GeForce drivers bringing optimizations for the uber popular title, available for Windows 7, 8 and 10. If you're enjoying the game, check out our tips for playing PUBG.
It's that time of year again when we take another look at the best PC games you should be playing. Some exciting new titles are arriving over the coming weeks and months, including Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Far Cry 5, and Metro: Exodus, but there are plenty of excellent options to keep you going until they arrive.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer calls out Epic Games over Fortnite Battle Royale similarities
Hot off the heals Nvidia's GeForce new driver release last night, AMD is following suit with new Radeon Crimson drivers (17.8.2) with performance optimizations in Destiny 2, PU’s Battlegrounds, and F1 2017.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds pre-release build has been available since March, and by the first month it had sold well over a million copies. So the game is popular, but it's also known for not being greatly optimized. I've been messing around with a few CPU and GPU combinations over the past week, seeing which hardware deliver the most value.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is a battle royale game where players fight to be the last person standing. It can be overwhelming for new players, full of different weapons to choose and smaller mechanics that aren't readily apparent. These tips will help you survive the battle royale and win yourself a glorious chicken dinner.