New Chasm DLC provides a hardcore new mode with leaderboard support

about X hours ago from
New Chasm DLC provides a hardcore new mode with leaderboard support

The first free DLC has just launched for Chasm, adding a new mode with a bizarre new twist on the game's procedurally generated maps. In the core game, each full playthrough carried out in the same, procedurally generated game world. In the new Arcade Mode, the map will re-generate every time a room is exited and returned to. In other words, there's no way to learn the lay of the land.

EA promises no 'pay to win' Battlefield 5 progression systems

about X hours ago from
EA promises no 'pay to win' Battlefield 5 progression systems

Electronic Arts has detailed Battlefield 5's progression system and in-game economy, which will feature two types of currency, one earned through gameplay and the other purchased with real money. Despite the presence of premium currency, it emphasized that the game is intended to reward how often and how well you play, promising that players will never be able to purchase anything that gives them an "unfair gameplay advantage." 

Walmart is selling its own line of gaming PCs and the specs don’t suck

about X hours ago from
Walmart is selling its own line of gaming PCs and the specs don’t suck

If the guy from the old "Dude, you're getting a Dell" commercials is looking for work, he should ping Walmart and see if they're looking for a spokesperson to promote its new gaming PCs. Yes, you read that right—Walmart is selling its own line of gaming desktops and laptops, and the specs look pretty good.

AMD is still planning to launch high-end graphics cards at some point

about X hours ago from
AMD is still planning to launch high-end graphics cards at some point

A giant question mark looms over AMD's graphics lab, and specifically what lies ahead after Vega. We know that Navi is coming, sure. What we don't know, however, is whether it will only compete in the midrange sector as rumored, or if it will muscle into Nvidia's territory at the high-end. AMD boss Dr. Lisa Su may have answered that question.