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In this episode of HotHardware’s Two And Half Geeks, Brittany and Chris join Dave to chat about NVIDIA’s new Quadro RTX 4000 card, GeForce RTX Ray Tracing and DLSS in Metro Exodus, Intel’s new Spoiler security vulnerability, Alienware’s Wireless Gaming Headset and Elite Gaming Mouse, the smash gaming hit that is Apex Legends and more! Show Notes: 04:40 - GeForce RTX Performance And IQ In Metro Exodus 20:45 - NVIDIA Quadro RTX: Turing Powered Pro Graphics 31:27 - Apex Legends Hits 50 Million Players In Just One Month Leaving Fortnite In The Dust 40:48 - Alienware Wireless Headset and AW959 Elite Mouse Review 52:44 - Intel’s Latest Spoiler: A Spectre-Style Hardware... Read more...
The next installment in the Metro game series is here and for those not familiar, this game franchise is based on author Dmitry Glukhovsky's series of Metro novels that started with Metro 2033 back in 2005. As far as the written lore of the game is concerned, the first installment in the genre was Metro 2033, which was then followed by Metro Last Light (and Last Light Redux) and today we'll be looking at the latest release, Metro Exodus.    Like other releases in the Metro series, Metro Exodus follows a post-apocalyptic story line that takes place in the former Russian Federation, where the world has mostly been wiped out in a nuclear holocaust. Your character is Artyom, a... Read more...
Metro Exodus is due to arrive in just over three weeks from now, and like Battlefield 5, it supports real-time ray tracing if you have the appropriate hardware—you'll need a GeForce RTX series graphics card. In the lead up to the launch, develop 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver posted a trailer that showcases some of the game's weaponry. Just as with Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, the new Exodus chapter features customizable weapons. Through a "multiple of options available to suit your preferred style of play," Metro Exodus will allow gamers to add key upgrades to their weapons, like scopes for shooting from a distance and longer barrels to maximize damage and improve a weapon's accuracy.... Read more...
NVIDIA and developer 4A Games have released a video showing over 6 minutes of gameplay footage from Metro Exodus, a story-driven first person shooter (FPS) that will be one of the first titles to support real-time ray tracing. The video is narrated by Benjamin Archard, a rendering programmer at 4A Games. In it, he explains some of the intricacies of real-time ray tracing, and specifically global illumination. As anyone who has been following the GeForce RTX launch already knows, NVIDIA's new generation of Turing cards are built to bring real-time ray tracing to consumers. The GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, 2080, and 2070 all feature dedicated RT and Tensor cores, and used in conjunction with Microsoft's... Read more...