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Big ‘Anthem’ Loot Changes Show It’s Still Just Playing Catch-Up – Forbes

Big changes to Anthem are coming, but it’s mostly just trying to catch up to other, established loot games like Destiny and The Division.

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BioWare came out with a decently meaty blog post about the status of the Anthem reboot going on over at BioWare Austin currently, with the entry focused on how loot and loot pursuits will be changing in the rework, which is the core of any game in this genre.
And while what is listed all sound like promising improvements to the current system, it shows just how much Anthem is playing catch-up with a half dozen other games in the genre that have already been doing a lot of this …

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Google is determined to ruin Gmail – The Next Web

I’ve never held any particularly strong feelings for email clients. I didn’t care when Mailbox shuttered, and I barely batted an eye when Google killed Inbox. I had Gmail. It wasn’t much — but it was more than enough for me. It was simple and easily available…

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Ive never held any particularly strong feelings for email clients. I didnt care when Mailbox shuttered, and I barely batted an eye when Google killed Inbox. I had Gmail. It wasnt much but it was more than enough for me. It was simple and easily available, and thats all it needed to be.
Its still easily available. But it wont be simple for much longer. Google is making notable changes to Gmail and not for the better.
A month ago, the company outlined plans for its biggest redesign ever, a move …

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Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti GPU could have 20GB of VRAM (but at what cost?) – TechRadar New Zealand

Early rumors indicated high-end Ampere cards might be more affordable, but not with that amount of RAM…

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Nvidias GeForce RTX 3000 graphics card rumors are coming thick and fast as the initial launch approaches, and some fresh speculation has appeared regarding the memory configurations of the higher-end Ampere GPUs.
As spotted by Videocardz, this rumor comes from a known hardware leaker wjm47196, although its posted on Chiphell which is, shall we say, not the most reliable forum to go by so take all this with a heftier dose of the usual caution and condiments required with any rumor.
Anyway, the …

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Intel plans Xe consumer graphics for laptops first, a discrete card in 2021 – PC World New Zealand

Intel’s first Xe graphics part for consumers will go into laptops, but 2021 will bring the long-anticipated discrete graphics card with hardware ray tracing.

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Intels upcoming Xe HPG discrete graphics card will indeed have hardware ray tracing, the company confirmed on Wednesday. The catch? That new discrete GPU for gamers wont actually show up until 2021, while laptops will get Xe LP first. 
Still, Intel’s Raja Koduri (senior vice president, chief architect, and general manager of Architecture, Graphics and Software) was visibly giddy to announce that Intel would soon have a GPU targeted to one of the loudest crowds on the Internet: enthusiast PC gam…

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