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Huge Cyberpunk 2077 DLC brings deleted content back to the game

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Sources say a huge expansion pack will be released for the popular RPG Cyberpunk 2077 soon, bringing previously deleted content back to the game.

Reddit users used Epic Inspector, a dedicated tool needed to access developer tools on the Epic Games Store. The Epic Inspector has provided various information on add-ons for the game.

According to insiders, this update will be released as early as June 10th. In addition, it is already known how big this expansion will be. All DLC chunks have dedicated server capacity limits, which can give a rough estimate of how big the additional content is. A minimum of 20 GB is allocated for this add-on.

As already reported, content that was cut due to its dampness before the launch of the project can be returned to the game. CD Projekt RED has not made any official statements on this matter.

Recently, CD Projekt RED has published another update for the fantastic RPG Cyberpunk 2077, which runs at number 1.21.

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Buy a PlayStation 5 to play the original PlayStation games. The network has the first review of the classic game as part of the new PS Plus

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Buy a PlayStation 5 to play the original PlayStation games

As you know, in the updated PlayStation Plus subscription, gamers will also have access to games from the very first generation of the Sony console. And the first review of such a game has already appeared on the Web.

Buy a PlayStation 5 to play the original PlayStation games.  The network has the first review of the classic game as part of the new PS Plus

The fact is that such games began to appear in some countries in the PlayStation Store even now, although the updated PS Plus service has not yet started.

One of the authors of YouTube took advantage of this. He tested the emulator on the example of the game Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee, which was released back in 1997. It turned out that everything works very well.

Saves are available to gamers, there are rewards, you can also choose the aspect ratio and visual filter for the image. Of course, there are no improvements for such games, but for many this is a plus, since it is possible to play exactly those games that have been loved since childhood.

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New GTA, which is not related to GTA VI: they started talking about the game after the purchase of Take-Two by Zynga

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Back in January of this year, video game developer Take-Two announced it was acquiring Zynga for $12.7 billion. Take-Two today announced the closing of a deal that could result in a new GTA game for smartphones, according to a source.

At the moment, this is the largest acquisition in the history of the gaming industry. Yes, Microsoft’s nearly $69 billion purchase of Activision Blizzard is far superior to that deal, but Microsoft and Activision Blizzard’s deal isn’t expected to close until next year.

New GTA, which is not related to GTA VI: they started talking about the game after the purchase of Take-Two by Zynga

According to Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick, Zynga’s expertise can help it advance its free-to-play and cross-platform gaming ambitions and bring its universes from consoles and PC to mobile devices. Take-Two belongs to the Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead, Max Payne, Civilization, Mafia, BioShock, XCOM and other series.

Zynga CEO Frank Gibaud added, “We’re excited to take this one step further by combining Zynga’s free-to-play experience and next-generation mobile platform experience with best-in-class features and renowned Take-Two intellectual property.”

The main game that Take-Two is waiting to announce is GTA VI, but it is unlikely to be released anytime soon.

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AMD wants to conquer the market for cheap laptops. The company is preparing new processors similar to the APU in the Steam Deck console

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Earlier this year, AMD introduced Ryzen 6000 mobile processors with Zen 3+ architecture processor cores and RDNA 2 architecture-based GPUs. Early next year, the company should release Ryzen 7000 Dragon Range/Phoenix mobile APUs. It turns out that between these generations, AMD wants to squeeze in another one.

AMD wants to conquer the market for cheap laptops.  The company is preparing new processors similar to the APU in the Steam Deck console

According to leaked slides, the company is going to release Mendocino processors in the fourth quarter, which will be very unusual in their characteristics. They will combine the old Zen 2 processor cores, the latest RDNA 2 iGPU, and the modern 6nm process technology. It’s similar to the Van Goch APU in the Steam Deck console, only on a more modern process.

Mendocino will have a maximum of four processor cores, that is, they will not boast high performance by modern standards. Instead, they will focus on thin, light, and affordable laptops in the $400-$700 price range. The new APUs will allow these mobile PCs to operate autonomously for more than 10 hours.

AMD wants to conquer the market for cheap laptops.  The company is preparing new processors similar to the APU in the Steam Deck console

Apparently, Mendocino APUs will coexist with Ryzen 6000 and Ryzen 7000, focusing on the lower price range. At the same time, they may well get a sufficiently productive iGPU if AMD endows the APU with at least 512 stream processors.

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