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Red Dead Redemption 2 released on Steam yesterday and it looks like Rockstar Games has made little to no efforts to improve the title since its Epic and Rockstar launch. The game is struggling to maintain 60 FPS on PC and suffers from random crashes, black screens, and much more. The PC port has mixed reviews on Steam right now and it only has 20K players on Steam at the time of this writing, for a Rockstar AAA game that is unusually low. Comparatively GTA 5, the game that release years ago on Steam, still has over 100K players at the time of this writing. Optimization is not the only issue with Red Dead Redemption 2. Here are some of the most annoying issues with Red Dead Redemption 2 on Steam. Game opens Rockstar Launcher but doesn’t recognize your RDR 2 purchase Rockstar Games Launcher fails to launch Crashing on…

Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos is one of Ubisoft’s new mobile games and since it is a mobile game, there are a large number of microtransactions in the game. If you are one of those people who can spare money to buy in-game items to level up, you don’t need a farming guide. However, if you wish to go full one free to play with Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos, this farming guide is for you. In our Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos farming guide we will discuss ways you can farm various units and build a solid unit by farming various locations. Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos Units There are multiple farming locations in Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos. In this guide, we will share the best farming locations for Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos. Life as…

Darksiders Genesis is out now with many puzzles that are hard to complete. Each chapter in the game places you in the middle of a new puzzle, oftentimes multiple puzzles.  In our Darksiders Genesis puzzle solutions guide, we will discuss every puzzle and its solution. We will divide the puzzle into chapters. Darksiders Genesis Puzzle Solutions In this section of the guide, you will find solutions for all Darksiders Genesis puzzles. The first puzzle we will talk about is the mysterious door you find in the Void Chapter 1. How to Open the Door in Void Chapter 1? This is the very first puzzle you come across in Darksiders Genesis. During Chapter 1 you reach the Void, close to the end of the first chapter. To proceed from this location you need to unlock a door. When you access the Void you will notice a glowing red ball chained to…

While there are some collectibles in Halo Reach we do not consider Data Pads “collectibles.” Halo Reach Dat Pads are readables you can find across the game and they shed some light on the lore and tell you more details about the Halo Universe. In our Data Pads Locations guide, we will discuss locations for every single Data Pad you can find in Halo Reach. Below you will find a full table where we have listed Data Pad locations. Each chapter features at least two data pads that can be found by completing different missions. Halo Reach Data Pad Locations Data Pad  Difficulty  Location        Data Pad 01  Legendary  Winter Contingency  Data Pad 02  Any  Winter Contingency  Data Pad 03  Legendary  Oni: Sword Base  Data Pad 04  Any  Oni: Sword Base  Data Pad 05  Any  Nightfall  Data Pad 06  Legendary  Nightfall  Data Pad 07  Any  Tip of the Spear  Data Pad…

Darksiders 3 developer Gunfire Games is currently working on a “top of class AAA game.” Gunfire Games is yet to announce any specific title but says there are multiple “upcoming games” in development. According to the studio’s official website, it is in need of an expert combat designer along with other developers for its AAA game. It is hard to know for sure what title is Gunfire Games is referring to but Darksiders 4 is definitely not out of the question. Hot off the heels of Darksiders 3 fans wanted to play a Strife focused game which they got in the form of Darksiders Genesis, which is a prequel to the main storyline. Darksiders 4 it seems would rap up the story where we’ll possibly get to play as all four of the horsemen, something fans wanted for a long time. Beyond the existence of a “top of class AAA…

Electronic Arts is working on its very in-game help assistant. The system doesn’t sound as sophisticated as Sony’s PlayStation AI Assistant but it should do the trick. We have been following these stories for a few weeks now, ever since we first reported on PlayStation Assistant. Sony is working on an AI system for in-game help and now it looks like EA is interested in something similar as well.  The company filed a new patent on November 28, 2019, at the United States Patent and Trademarks Office for an “Adaptive Gaming Tutorial System.” EA’s system, which is presumably a launch feature for next-generation consoles, will provide contextual in-game help to the players. Embodiments of the present disclosure provide a tutorial system that can aid a user in performing various game commands in response to different game states in a virtual game environment. As the user plays the game, various game…

Electronic Arts has filed a new patent that suggests future FIFA and Madden games will feature stronger, tougher, smarter AI opponents. The company filed a patent at the United States Patent and Trademarks Office a few days ago. The patent details say EA is creating a self-learning AI that will emulate “human playstyles.” EA’s AI model can use gameplay logs of a video gameplay session, generating, based on the gameplay to train itself. The system can potentially help EA create better AI for offline matches on EA Sports titles such as FIFA 21 and Madden 21. An artificially intelligent entity can emulate human behavior in video games. An AI model can be made by receiving gameplay logs of a video gameplay session, generating, based on the gameplay data, first situational data indicating first states of the video game, generating first control inputs provided by a human, the first control inputs…

Over the past few months, Sony Interactive Entertainment has filed various patents that describe PlayStation’s upcoming help assistant and social systems. Sony is working on creating a system that allows players to pull in community-generated images and videos for in-game help. The gameplay advice system (aka PlayStation Assistant) is presumably in the works for PlayStation 5. With this new Sony patent, we are able to know a bit more about the process, mainly how “gameplay advice” is going to be ranked on the PlayStation Network Servers. The system will rate user-generated game play advice based on feedback from other users. For example, if you are stuck on a hard boss and someone gives you good advice, you can give positive feedback to help that content rank higher. Management of user-generated game play advice is disclosed. The present invention allows for management of game play advice that is complete and up-to-date…

In recent weeks we found out publishers are pushing their games further into 2020. One of the leading publishers to delays a number of games are Ubisoft. The company delays a handful of games from 2019 to 2020, and early 2020 to mid-to-late 2022. Moreover, it’s a bit curious how publishers aren’t talking at all about their upcoming, in development projects. One theory is that publishers are holding back their games in preparation for Xbox Scarlett and PlayStation 5. It makes sense as we are at the end of the console cycle, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are at the end of their road. This theory appears to be popular among all Xbox Insiders who shared their views in the latest issue of Xbox Magazine. Xbox’s Chris Burke fears we’ll see more delays next Spring. These delays I fear are something we’ll see more of next spring, because I find…

One of the top streamers and self-proclaimed “face of Twitch,” Dr.Disrespect thinks PUBG Esports events are too complicated. The coverage and how the events are presented makes it hard to connect with the teams and enjoy the stream. During his latest Twitch Stream, while playing PUBG, Dr.Disrespect stated that PUBG is the “funnest” games to spectate, however, over-complicated Esports events are ruining it. Been watching some of those Battlegrounds pro matches. I don’t know what to think of them. Like I’m watching more of UI. Here’s the perfect analogy for watching PUBG matches; it feels like watching a simulated match. You know how it Madden/NBA2K rather than you play against the computer you go ‘hey, let me simulate that game.’ That’s what it looks like to me. Doc suggested that PUBG Esports events should remove all the “ugly-looking” colors and UI. Especially remove extra UI, numbers, and colors after the…