Grab an RTX 2080 on sale for $589, the lowest price we've ever seen

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Grab an RTX 2080 on sale for $589, the lowest price we've ever seen

The GeForce RTX 2080 is one of the best graphics cards you can buy, but its high cost keeps it out of the hands of most gamers. Originally debuting at $800, we mostly see RTX 2080s sell for around $680 to $750, with deals occasionally dropping that number to around $630. Today Galax has its RTX 2080 EX card on sale for $589.99—that's the first time we've seen a sub-$600 RTX 2080, and likely the cheapest the card has ever been.

Epic stands by Fortnite's mechs, says they cause relatively few eliminations

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Epic stands by Fortnite's mechs, says they cause relatively few eliminations

As of late, if you watch any Fortnite streamer or browse the subreddits, you'll get drenched in frustrated commentary about Season X's B.R.U.T.E. mech vehicle. The most vocal players aren't too happy with how powerful the mechs are against their usual tactics, even after their spawn rate was reduced in Arena modes and the v10.10 patch made incoming mech attacks louder and clearer. These players were expecting the mech to get the boot in 10.10, or at least a significant nerf. 

Supercharge your gaming setup with this Lenovo Legion desktop PC, $490 off

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Supercharge your gaming setup with this Lenovo Legion desktop PC, $490 off

Gaming laptops are cool and all, but sometimes you just need to bite the bullet and either build your own or buy a prebuilt gaming desktop. If you're feeling particularly frisky and want to drop some cash on one this fall, this Lenovo prebuilt desktop PC is a great option to snag from the Intel Gamer Days sale, going on now through September 1st. 

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep will bump all players to Power level 750

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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep will bump all players to Power level 750

Destiny 2 game director Luke Smith's epic, now three-part mega-update on the state and future of the game continued today with a look ahead at Bungie's aspirations for the Shadowkeep expansion and beyond, which includes leaning more heavily into the RPG aspects of the game and giving players "more agency over how they look." The post also provides a detailed recap of yesterday's armor 2.0 livestream, with a granular breakdown of how the stats are being converted and pulled together, and reveals Bungie’s plan to ensure that everyone can play together when Shadowkeep goes live: By immediately bumping the Power level of all players up to 750.