Doom Eternal is finally getting its long-awaited ray tracing and DLSS update, Nvidia announced today, and they even released some lovely new ray traced footage of the game running in 4K. The shiny, realistic lighting tech has been teased and
As Bethesda teased last night, Doom Eternal is indeed getting ray tracing and DLSS to boot. Furthermore, while Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2 may be one of the best looking action-adventure games on PC, and Rainbow Six Siege is no
Doom Eternal released over a year ago and is still one of the best looking FPS games around, but publisher Bethesda teases that a visual upgrade is just around the corner. It’s scheduled to appear during Nvidia’s Computex keynote later
No one likes CAPTCHAs. We all understand that they’re a necessary evil, to stop evil robots from infiltrating our favourite Metroid fanfic forums and writing nonsense about Samus Aran and Mother Brain kissing, but do they have to
There’s a new video out today showcasing some of the weapons you’ll have on offer in upcoming FPS game Shadow Warrior 3. While it doesn’t show off any of the biggest, strangest stuff, we do get a sense of how
You know the cute little toys you collect when grabbing a breather from shooting terrifying demons in the face in DOOM Eternal? Well, you’ll soon be able to collect them in real life, too.
Yes, thanks to Numskull Designs’
The Doom Eternal soundtrack has plenty of double-bass, but what about using the drums as your controller? One player tried such a thing on the FPS game, and it seems to have worked.
Reddit user TheYuteThatDoot posted about their experiment