Tales From the Loop is getting a board game adaptation

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Tales From the Loop is getting a board game adaptation

The art of Simon Stålenhag, who turned his striking images of an alternate '80s and '90s Scandanavia into a pair narrative art books, has inspired a tabletop RPG and an Amazon Prime series, and next year a board game will be added to the list. 

SnowRunner is getting four phases of DLC and expanded modding support

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SnowRunner is getting four phases of DLC and expanded modding support

SnowRunner hits the icy roads on April 28, and not long after developer Saber Interactive is going to start doling out the post-launch extras. Season pass and Premium Edition owners will get a trio of themed DLC 'phases,' followed by a final massive expansion, while everyone else will get new activities, skins and other freebies. 

Nvidia's next-gen server GPU has appeared online

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Nvidia's next-gen server GPU has appeared online

An unknown and never before seen Nvidia graphics card has appeared in an online database. The server GPU, brandishing the PG506 codename, appears to be a next-generation NVLink-compatible graphics module—the likely successor to the Volta V100—and our best lead so far as to the release of the so-called 'Ampere' architecture... unless Nvidia's just iterating on Volta again in the server space.

Intel's clawing back CPU market share from AMD thanks to home workers

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Intel's clawing back CPU market share from AMD thanks to home workers

Intel's winning back the hearts and minds of the PC gaming public from AMD... at least that's one read of the latest Steam Hardware Survey stats. The March 2020 data has dropped and it contains a few choice morsels of information, aside from the fact there are now at least one million VR gamers using Steam, it also appears that Intel has managed to buck the recent trend and claw back market share from AMD on the processor side of things. Not by a lot, in fact I'm talking 3.1% on the whole and a mere 0.24% when we're looking at just Windows PCs, but given the way the graph has been going lately, it's still noteworthy.