CoD: Warzone has launched about a month ago and has already achieved outstanding popularity. The surprise release dropped for free for everyone on March 10th and now has over 50 million players. This level of popularity is on par with Apex Legends, outpacing the initial growth of Fortnite. Warzone is also getting regular updates, with the latest dropping last week.
For the time being, developer Riot will be letting third party organizations set up e-sport tournaments for Valornat, instead of doing it themselves. Riot wants the competitive community for Valorant to grow naturally, instead of steering it as it did for League of Legends. Riot has designated small, medium, and large-scale tournament sizes, which range from internet café rounds to official ESL events. This setup is not very typical of tournaments nowadays, yet it is reminiscent of Counter-Strike.
Nvidia’s latest game ready driver just released and it’s made in anticipation to support Minecraft’s new RTX beta and Modern Warfare 2 Remastered. Minecraft’s ray tracing mode is built to run best on Nvidia models and should provide optimal performance when paired with the latest driver released today. As for CoD, Modern Warfare 2 released on PS4 already, but is yet to release for PC; a fact Nvidia has taken advantage of with this latest driver release. This latest update also adds three more monitors to Nvidia’s official list.
The TurboGrafx initially launched back in 1989, between the NES and SNES, and failed to attain the popularity of Nintendo and Sega consoles. The TurboGrafx has just been re-released as the TurboGrafx-16 Mini, a plug and play version of the original as part of a growing line of scaled-down classics. The TurboGrafx is the biggest so far of the mini console releases and also one of the better nostalgic ones as well.