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Nintendo Switch Pro can get something that PlayStatoin 5 and new Xbox do not have. New console credited with Nvidia DLSS support

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More and more information about the upcoming next-generation Nintendo consoles is being leaked onto the Web. It is not yet clear whether we are waiting for one prefix or two, but today new rumors appeared on the ResetEra forms.

The source claims the new Nintendo console is coming soon and will feature a DLSS-enabled SoC.

And this is very interesting. First, it suggests that the new Switch model will also be based on the Nvidia platform. Secondly, this very platform will be very modern, since tensor cores are required to support DLSS, which means that the GPU will belong to the Turing or Ampere generation. The source emphasizes that DLSS will be supported by the set-top box itself, and not by the docking station, that is, the function can be activated in mobile mode.

DLSS support will allow the new console to better cope with games that support this technology, especially when it comes to 4K resolution, which the Switch Pro supposedly should give out when connected to the docking station.

The console can be presented this year, but the release may be postponed to 2022.

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Brewpub Simulator is Coming to Steam

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Brewpub Simulator is Coming to Steam

Steam has announced a pub simulator Brewpub Simulator. The game should be released in 2023, but the description, screenshots and system requirements have already been published.

Brewpub Simulator is Coming to Steam

According to legend, the player will have to breathe new life into the old pub, inherited from his grandfather. He opened his small business in the 60s and his craft beer quickly became popular with the locals and the business flourished. And then big companies entered the market, and the pub fell into disrepair. This is where the game begins – the user will have to return the family business to its former glory.

Brewpub Simulator is Coming to Steam

As noted, the user will be able to decorate the pub in accordance with their vision, they will also be able to create their own beer recipes and optimize the brewing process.

Brewpub Simulator is Coming to Steam

Brewpub Simulator is Coming to Steam
Brewpub Simulator is Coming to Steam

As for the system requirements for the simulator, they are very modest: you need a Core i5-2500 processor or more powerful, 3 GB of RAM and a 3D card like a GeForce GTX 780 GTX or Radeon Radeon R7 260X.

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Intel says older games may not run well on Arc cards

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Intel says older games may not run well on Arc

Intel Arc graphics cards have issues running older games – they will run but slower than similar Nvidia/AMD cards. Games based on the DirectX 11 and DirectX 9 graphics APIs are reported to experience significant framerate drops. The company explained this by poor optimization of games for new cards.

Intel says older games may not run well on Arc cards

Intel Graphics spokesman Tom Petersen explained that some games on DirectX 11 will work as well as on other cards, but others may slow down. It is assumed that this is due to the peculiarities of the video card drivers. Older types of GUIs rely on the GPU driver for memory management.

According to Petersen, Intel needs more time to improve and optimize graphics cards for games. At the same time, he clarified that Intel cards work very differently than Nvidia counterparts.

He also clarified that Arc accelerators have been optimized for games running on the new DirectX 12 and Vulcan APIs. For example, the version of Shadow of the Tomb Raider on the Intel Arc A770 card produced about 80 FPS when using DX12. And on DX11, the rate dropped to 40 FPS.

Earlier in China, they introduced the A380 video card in the version from MSI.

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Valve has started taking orders for Steam Deck in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan

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Valve has started taking orders for Steam Deck in Japan

Valve Corporation has begun accepting orders for the Steam Deck gaming system from gamers from Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan. At the same time, the manufacturer notes that those who ordered the console earlier will receive it on time.

Valve has started taking orders for Steam Deck in Japan

In phase one, Steam Deck was available in the US, Canada, UK, and select European countries starting February 25th. In Asian countries, the console is sold with the help of Komodo. In terms of pricing, the console is priced at 800 yen in Japan, NT$13,380 in Taiwan, NT$3,288 in Hong Kong, and 589,000 won in South Korea.

In addition, the company will show the work of the console at BitSummit and Tokyo Game Show, which should draw attention to it. It is also noted that buyers from the Asian region will receive an updated version of the Steam Deck.

Earlier it was reported that the company has solved the problems with production, so before the end of the year, many can get the console and at a very good price.

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