Mar 22

Counter-Strike 2 With “Sub-Tick” Responsiveness Announced

  • Valve officially announced Counter-Strike 2, an upcoming free update to the game built on Valve's Source 2 engine.
  • Valve is promising a variety of new features for Counter-Strike 2, but perhaps the biggest deal is that the game will offer “sub-tick” server updates.
  • Now servers will instantly be updated when you press a button. Sounds like magic, but Valve insists it’s the real deal. 


Read More at wccftech.com
Mar 17

System Shock Remake Delayed To May 30 For PC

  • In a new blog post shared to Steam, developer Nightdive Studios and publisher Prime Matter have announced that the System Shock remake has been delayed again.
  • The sci-fi shooter will be delayed until May 30 for those jumping in on PC.
  • As for console players, the remake has been sadly delayed indefinitely, with the statement saying the game will arrive “in due course.”
Read More at vg247.com
Mar 17

Here's How To Preload Diablo 4 Beta On PS5, Xbox & PC

  • Provided you have early access, you can install the open beta from the Microsoft store for Xbox.
  • As for PS5: Open Diablo 4 on the PSN store, Click the three dots, Select open beta, Click Download
  • And for PC you should Open Battle.net, Select Diablo 4 from All Games, Click Install
Read More at hitc.com
Mar 17

Steam Spring Sale Kicks Off A Week Of Store-Wide Major Discounts

  • For an entire week, the Steam Spring Sale offers a vast number of discounts for games, DLC, and any other items available on the PC gaming storefront.
  • The front page has already been transformed to match the new spring event's theme. It carries highlighted deals for featured games, personalized recommendations for logged in users, category-based offers to sort through, and plenty of other offers to peruse.
Read More at neowin.net
Mar 17

Windows VBS Setting Can Restrict Gaming Performance By Up To 10%

  • At some point since the initial controversy surrounding Windows 11's Virtualization-based Security (VBS), updates have reenabled it for seemingly all Windows 11 and Windows 10 systems.
  • Leaving it on can lower some games' framerates by almost 10 percent, though often less than one percent depending on the title.
  • VBS is an optional extra security layer that uses virtualization to isolate a corner of a PC's memory, protecting it from malicious code and drivers.
Read More at techspot.com