Meet the new PC Gamer hardware team

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Meet the new PC Gamer hardware team

One of the most important parts of the PC gaming puzzle is the hardware that powers all our experiences, and we take that subject seriously here at PC Gamer. Keeping our commitment to cover everything that makes the PC the best gaming platform on the planet, we've recruited some new editors to our dedicated hardware team, and thought you might like to get to know us.

We got our hands on the new dual-screen Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo

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We got our hands on the new dual-screen Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo

Remember that dual-screened Zenbook Pro Duo from Computex 2019? No? Well, it was pretty sweet, and we've since been lucky enough to get an hands-on with the new Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 15—a gaming laptop following those same multi-monitor design points, but tailor-made for gaming and streaming.

Intel officially releases its 10th Gen H-series mobile CPUs

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Intel officially releases its 10th Gen H-series mobile CPUs

Intel has finally officially announced its 10th Generation H-series mobile CPUs. Yes, I'll admit, it's tough to get too excited about that given that we've known that these higher performance Comet Lake chips were coming for some time. Thanks to several impressively accurate leaks, some in the past few days, we've already told you everything about the new Intel gaming laptop chips, everything that has finally been made official today. 

A Rogue Legacy 2 announcement seems imminent

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A Rogue Legacy 2 announcement seems imminent

When Rogue Legacy first released in 2013, the world wasn't quite as awash in roguelite platformers as it is now. I reinstalled it a few months ago, and can gladly confirm that it wasn't novelty that carried it to success back then: it's a genuinely fun take on the formula, and the randomised character loadouts still manage to surprise and amuse.

Here's our roundup of the best April Fools' Day jokes of 2020

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Here's our roundup of the best April Fools' Day jokes of 2020

Every year inevitably gets around to April 1, and every year game companies large and small cook up gags to amuse their fans and confuse the poor game journos who have to figure out fact from fiction. And every year, we round up the best of them to ensure no one misses out on high-quality hijinks. The mood is a little more subdued this year than it has been in others, for reasons we don't need to get into here, but there's still some fun happening out there, so we're gathering it all together.

Totally Reliable Delivery Service has launched, and it's free-to-keep for a week

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Totally Reliable Delivery Service has launched, and it's free-to-keep for a week

Totally Reliable Delivery Service launched on the Epic Games Store today, and if  frivolous physics madness is what you're after, it looks pretty good. Andy described it as "Goat Simulator crossed with UPS" which sounds annoying, but it only takes watching some footage (see below) to be convinced that it'd make a helluva game to boot up with friends. Imagine Just Cause, except you're making deliveries.