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The lingering issue with Android 11 has hit gamers. System ignores controllers

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At the moment, quite a few smartphones have already been updated to the Android 11 operating system. And although the platform has a stable status, it still has some problems.

For example, fans of mobile games are faced with the fact that gamepads must be supported by Android 11, but in fact, the system completely ignores their action. Complaints about this emerged in August 2020, when Android 11 was still pending, and have continued ever since. The topic resource XDA Developers drew attention to the problem.

The problem with controllers has been observed in several generations of Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and several other smartphones, including several OnePlus models. Thus, the crash concerns the Android 11 OS, and not the shell of any manufacturer.

The problem covers a wide variety of controllers with Bluetooth connectivity – branded Google Stadia, Razer Kishi, Sony DualShock 4, Xbox One, and so on.

Controllers fail not only on games that run directly on a smartphone, but also on cloud gaming services such as Stadia, GeForce Now, and Xbox Game Pass.

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Similar to Nintendo Switch, but on Windows: OneXPlayer 2 portable console with detachable gamepads will be released in 2023

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Similar to Nintendo Switch but on Windows OneXPlayer 2 portable

The OneXPlayer 2 line of handheld gaming PCs will launch next year with a Nintendo Switch-inspired design. This version will not only have powerful hardware, but also detachable gamepads, which will allow you to use the novelty as a compact tablet or laptop if necessary.

Similar to Nintendo Switch but on Windows OneXPlayer 2 portable

The Indiegogo fundraising campaign starts on December 20th. Initially, they wanted to start it already on November 25, but then the dates were shifted. The first copies of the consoles will be sent to customers in March or April 2023.

As for the features of the novelty, the OneXPlayer 2 will receive an 8.4-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor or some Raptor Lake generation Intel Core i7. Also, rumors attribute to the novelty from 16 GB to 32 GB of RAM and up to 2 TB of permanent memory, but this has not yet been officially confirmed.

The main feature will be removable controllers and support for the stylus on the screen – 4096 pressure levels are promised. The price has not yet been announced, but it can be assumed that the cost will be at least $ 1,000.

And on October 30, the OnexPlayer Mini Pro console launched with a Ryzen 7 6800U and Radeon 680M starting at $1,199.

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Nvidia has released a fresh driver for graphics cards that were released 10 years ago. But in games performance will not improve

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Nvidia has released a fresh driver for graphics cards that

Nvidia has released a fresh driver for older GeForce 600 and GeForce 700 video cards. Support for these adapters has long been discontinued, so the new driver is only intended to fix important vulnerabilities.

Nvidia has released a fresh driver for graphics cards that were released 10 years ago.  But in games performance will not improve

More specifically, we are talking about two vulnerabilities CVE-2022-3602 and CVE-2022-3786 that affected mail servers and open source VPN protocols such as OpenVPN.

Unfortunately, the latest driver will not improve the performance of older video cards, as support was discontinued over a year ago.

However, some adapters of those times are still quite good for modern games, given their age. For example, the GeForce GTX 780 Ti is capable of about 70-80 fps in Full HD in GTA V at maximum graphics quality settings, and even provides about 60 fps in The Witcher 3 at high settings.

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Microsoft admits Sony PlayStation exclusives are better than its own

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Microsoft admits Sony PlayStation exclusives are better than its own

Microsoft wants to buy Activision Blizzard. And she’s even ready to admit that Sony games are better.

Microsoft admits Sony PlayStation exclusives are better than its own

From Microsoft’s big response to the British regulator, it became known that the company considers Sony games to be better than its own. Or at least talks about it, because it’s profitable.

In any case, Microsoft drew the regulator’s attention to the competitor’s exclusives.

In addition to being the dominant console supplier, Sony is also a powerful game publisher. Sony is roughly equivalent to Activision in size and nearly double the size of Microsoft’s game publishing business. PlayStation had over 280 exclusive games from internal and third-party developers in 2021, almost five times more than Xbox

In addition, Microsoft stated that Sony exclusives are of better quality than the company’s own products. For accuracy, statistics from the Metacritic platform were cited, where the average score for the top 20 Sony exclusive games in 2021 was 87 out of 100, compared to 80 out of 100 for Xbox.

Recall, Sony believes that Microsoft’s “true strategy” is to turn Sony into Nintendo. Also, from Sony’s response to the same regulator, we learned that the PlayStation 6 will be released no earlier than 2028.

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