Watching this Spelunky 2 player reach a $5,069,800 score world record is mesmerising

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Watching this Spelunky 2 player reach a $5,069,800 score world record is mesmerising

There are few things as surprisingly satisfying as watching someone who is just really good at a game. Even more so when it's a difficult game like Spelunky 2. Streamer TwiggleSoft is definitely an expert Spelunker, having beaten Spelunky 2's cosmic ocean before, and having reached some notable speedrunning goals, such as a freeze ray-only run. Previously, they got scores in the $3,000,000 region, but their latest score of over $5,000,000 is no less than a Spelunky 2 world record. Go on, take four hours out of your day and watch it: 

Blood Bowl 3 adds new teams and cards that let you assassinate the competition

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Blood Bowl 3 adds new teams and cards that let you assassinate the competition

Back in August, after a period of silence lasting for almost a year, Blood Bowl 3, the round-based mix of fantasy football and fantasy warfare, got delayed to early 2021, like just about everything this year. During the recent Games Made in France streaming event, which usually takes the form of a number of booths during Paris Games Week, developer Cyanide Studio offered a few new crumbs of info on what to look forward to in your next outing as coach. 

Sapphire unveils its own AMD RX 6800 cards, and they're kinda gorgeous

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Sapphire unveils its own AMD RX 6800 cards, and they're kinda gorgeous

AMD's Big Navi Big Boi, the 6800XT, will eventually hail from third-party manufacturers, but that's a little way away yet. That hasn't stopped Sapphire from revealing its plans for such boards, and they’re looking good, with the GPU manufacturer getting to flex its high-end muscles for the first time in an age.

Call of Duty Warzone gets private matches, and introduces texture streaming on PC

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Call of Duty Warzone gets private matches, and introduces texture streaming on PC

A new patch for Call of Duty: Warzone is available and, as well as fixing "a bug where helicopters could spin and float in the air after progressing in Survival", introduces the option to host private matches. Those of us on PC now also have a rather surprising new feature, which is texture streaming. That is, from now on Warzone will have a smaller install size, but pull-in high-res operator and weapon skins when required.