Watch Cyberpunk 2077's next Night City Wire stream here

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Watch Cyberpunk 2077's next Night City Wire stream here

The fourth episode of Night City Wire, CD Projekt's series of Cyberpunk 2077 livestream reveal events, is all about the machines: "The looks, sounds, and specs of Cyberpunk 2077 vehicles." The stream begins today at 6 pm CEST/12 pm ET/9 am PT—we'll be watching, and we've got it embedded above so you can join us.

Facebook account issues are rendering some Oculus Quest 2 headsets unusable

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Facebook account issues are rendering some Oculus Quest 2 headsets unusable

Imagine being banned from an online service (through no fault of your own) that is required to use a new $300+ piece of hardware you just bought. Unfortunately, some early adopters of the Oculus Quest 2 don't need to have a vivid imagination, because they're living through the frustrating experience right at this very moment.

Dr Disrespect designed Rogue Company's new map

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Dr Disrespect designed Rogue Company's new map

Rogue Company has managed to snare more than 8 million players, according to Hi-Rez Studios, making it the developer's most successful launch, though technically it's still in open beta. It's a number that has no doubt made Hi-Rez a bit cocky, but probably not quite as cocky as the streamer they've joined forces with to bring a new map and skin to the game. 

Corsair's low profile K70 mechanical keyboard is on sale for the lowest we've seen

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Corsair's low profile K70 mechanical keyboard is on sale for the lowest we've seen

We first reviewed a Corsair K70 keyboard back in 2013, and it's still a great, reliable mechanical board seven years later. This isn't exactly the same keyboard—it's actually a slimmer low profile variant with Cherry MX Speed Switches, which are linear switches like Reds or Blacks but with an even faster actuation. The idea is Speed Silvers are meant to make your reactions just a little bit faster.

Characters from The Walking Dead join Brawlhalla

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Characters from The Walking Dead join Brawlhalla

While still not as powerfully strange as The Walking Dead's crossover with the Bridge Constructor games, seeing the TV show's cast turned into cute little videogame versions of themselves to join the cast of Brawlhalla, the "what if Smash Bros. but on PC" platform-brawler, is still odd. Especially when that former representative of the PC as a platform, Minecraft Steve, is now in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (which is surely a top 10 anime betrayals situation).