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Enhanced Crysis Trilogy Released For PlayStation 5 And Xbox Series X

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Crytek has officially announced the Crysis Remastered Trilogy – a large collection that includes improved versions of all the games of the famous trilogy, which will appear on a variety of platforms, including the next generation consoles.

The second and third parts of the series never came out on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, not to mention the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. So this is a great opportunity for console gamers to play the famous shooters. A reissue of the original Crysis Remastered was released last year.

Each game has been enhanced to look beautiful on modern platforms, providing the best Crysis experience for both newcomers to our classic franchise and players looking to relive the adventure.

Project manager Steffen Halbig.

Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 re-releases are being created by Saber Interactive and will be available separately and as part of the Crysis Remastered Trilogy Compendium, which will be released this fall on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5.

Crytek said the new generation consoles will offer smoother performance than older systems.

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Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

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Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

Microsoft continues to actively promote the Xbox Cloud Gaming service and other gaming features. At the same time, developers add them to the proprietary Edge browser. Back in November last year, it became known about Clarity Boost technology, which improves image clarity when streaming games on Windows 10 and 11. Now, as expected, it will appear in the Edge browser.

Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

In addition, Microsoft advertises the Efficiency Mode in the browser, which should minimize the load on the system and give maximum resources to games.

And on the home page of the updated version of the browser, free casual games are available – Microsoft Jewel, Microsoft Edge Surf, Microsoft Majong and others. It also displays news on gaming topics, live streams, new games and the ability to access the Xbox Cloud Gaming catalog.

Note that this is not the first “gaming” browser on the PC. Previously, Opera Software released the Opera GX browser with aggressive visual design, support for free casual games, related news and so on.

And earlier in Microsoft Edge added a calculator, a unit converter and a utility to check the speed of the Internet.

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Valve Specialist Explains Why You Shouldn’t Install Too Long SSDs in Steam Deck

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Valve Specialist Explains Why You Shouldnt Install Too Long SSDs

A few days ago, information appeared on the network that it was possible to install a longer SSD in the Steam Deck than planned. However, such interference may adversely affect the life of the console.

Valve Specialist Explains Why You Shouldn't Install Too Long SSDs in Steam Deck

By default, the Steam Deck uses a 30mm SSD, however, players were able to install a 42mm long model with more memory. To do this, I had to move the fixing screw on the motherboard and remove the thermal pad.

According to Valve designer Lawrence Young, who participated in the development of the console, this should not be done. The fact is that larger drives consume more energy and heat up more. And ditching the thermal pad makes things even worse as the console starts to overheat.

Valve Specialist Explains Why You Shouldn't Install Too Long SSDs in Steam Deck

Please, do not do that. The charger chip becomes very hot, so do not move nearby thermal pads. In addition, most M.2 2242 drives use more power and run hotter than the ones the Steam Deck is designed to handle. It may seem that this modification works, but it will significantly reduce the life of your portable PC.‘, Young said.

Note that the console officially supports three SSD options – 64 GB, 256 GB and a faster 512 GB.

Previously, it was reported how you can significantly increase the autonomy of the Steam Deck console.

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Fan Adds AMD FSR 2.0 ‘Magic Technology’ to Cyberpunk 2077 and Doubles Frame Rates in 4K

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Fan Adds AMD FSR 20 Magic Technology to Cyberpunk 2077

A game modification developer under the pseudonym PotatoOfDoom has unveiled a new modification for Cyberpunk 2077. It adds AMD FSR 2.0 “magic technology” to the game, replacing existing anti-aliasing technologies – Nvidia DLSS and the first version of FSR. The author himself notes that the result was impressive.

Fan Adds AMD FSR 2.0 'Magic Technology' to Cyberpunk 2077 and Doubles Frame Rates in 4K

According to him, when running the game on a system with a GTX 1080 graphics card in 4K resolution, the frame rate rose to 45 FPS, which is twice as much as it was originally. Other users confirm the increase in frame rate. On a GTX 970 at 1080p and maxed out, Cyberpunk runs at 30 FPS. On the 5700XT, with average shadow quality, the figure increased from 50 to 86 FPS.

The author noted that the modification was originally calculated only for the Steam version of Cyberpunk 2077, but it seems that a recent update made it work with the GOG version as well.

AMD FSR 2.0 technology is not yet officially supported in the game, but its appearance will allow the use of older Nvidia video cards older than the 10th series. The developers have not yet announced plans to add a new anti-aliasing system to the game.

Earlier it was reported that AMD FSR 2.0 was added to Unreal Engine 4 and 5 as a plug-in.

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