Grand Theft Auto V is no stranger to the modding community. In fact, there are more mods out there that you can count on your hands and toes, but there are only a few of them that really stand out. One of those is the Natural Vision mod, and it really made GTA V look amazing. Now, Razed, the developers behind that mod have released a trailer for Natural Vision Evolved, and it takes the game about as close to Photorealism as you could really expect.
The trailer that you see above is one of the best mod trailers we’ve seen for GTA V, and it confirms just how much of an overhaul Evolve represents over the original Natural Vision mod. Razed isn’t the only person behind the mod, though, as other modders did lend some assistance here and there. Be that as it may, Evolved is a huge leap forward for GTA V graphics mods.
Once you install the mod, you’ll notice that the game...
A French publication, Actu Gaming, has published a new report that the long-rumored Diablo 2 remaster is currently in development. The editor of the outlet is the same person that accurately gave early information about Diablo 4, Overwatch 2, and Shadowlands prior to Blizzcon 2019.
According to the report, Activision has tasked Vicarious Visions with handling the development of Diablo 2 Remastered. This is the same studio that did Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy back in 2017. However, this report doesn’t hold a lot of water as a while back is was made clear through an interview with Gamespot that the creators of Diablo 2 had lost not only the original source code but just about every asset.
In that interview Diablo creator, Erich Schaefer said,
“It's all gone. We were supposed to have a backup but neglected it. We spent a day or two in sheer panic. It would make it very difficult for Blizzard to do a...
Super Mario 64 is and forever will be written into the history books as one of the greatest Mario games of all time. It set the standard for 3D Mario gameplay and gave us a dynamic that we had never seen before in a Mario game. Over the years, the game has been playable via emulation and has seen the addition of a level editor, Odyssey’s cap possession mechanic, and it’s even been turned into an entirely new game. But now, there’s a version of Mario 64 that runs natively on your computer, no emulation needed.
It’s not just about the fact that it can run natively as other PC programs can. This port of Mario 64 runs at the native resolution of your monitor, and even supports Xbox controllers without issue. I have to admit, it’s outright crazy to be playing a high-resolution, high framerate version of Mario 64 after all these years, but I’m here to tell you that it’s real.
This release, however,...
Just one month after Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign launched on the PlayStation 4, the remaster is now available on PC and Xbox. As was the case on the PlayStation 4, it’ll set you back $20.
If you’re an Xbox player, you can head over to the Microsoft store on your computer or on your Xbox and download the remastered campaign. If you’re a PC player take note that the remastered campaign is only available on Battle.net. The original release is still on Steam, so don’t confuse the two. Regardless of your platform, the remastered version comes complete with 4K support, improved textures, improved animations, and remastered audio. PC players even get ultrawide monitor support.
This is a stand-alone download for all platforms, so there’s no need for you to own Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. However, if you are a Modern Warfare or Warzone player, buying MW2 Remastered will get you the...
It was just earlier this month that we revealed the somewhat extreme PC hardware requirements that you’ll need if you want to play Microsoft Flight Simulator at its full potential. Now, a new batch of screenshots released by Microsoft paint a clear picture of just why you need a high-end machine to play the game properly – the sheer detail and depth of the game is breathtaking to say the least.
The most interesting part about these screenshots is that Ray Tracing is not active as the game currently doesn’t support it, but there are some pretty cool reflection effects. We finally get a closer look at the downright amazing environments and a fresh look at some of the plans in the game.
As of now, the game is still in the Alpha testing phase, and that’s where these screenshots are coming from. Every week Microsoft takes some of the testers screenshots and releases them for us to see. So, with that...
Battlefield 5 just entered Chapter 6 shortly after the turn of the decade, and while it brought a lot of new content and took us into the jungle, we’re sad to report that it will also be the last chapter of BF5.
In a recent post on the official Battlefield 5 website, Senior Producer, Ryan McArthur confirmed that DICE has absolutely zero plans to create any further seasonal chapters. This chapter’s expansion of battles, combatants, and even Wake Island isn’t the last of the content coming to the game before it’s put into retirement. A new update that’s planned for June promises “new content, weapons, and game tweaks,” among (hopefully) other things.
There will be no new chapter but there will be a standalone update this summer with new content, weapons, and game tweaks.— Battlefield V (@Battlefield) April 23, 2020
Along with the official announcement comes an image of a new map that’s codenamed Libya. It hints at a return to...
Humankind, a for-now PC-only game is set to launch in 2020 and, while it looks pretty awesome on the onset, there’s still a lot that we don’t know about it. Now, Sega and Amplitude Studios has released not one but two new videos of the upcoming 4X simulation game.
The first video, the one that we’ve embedded above, features composer Arnaud Roy, and he goes into detail on the game’s soundtrack. He explains how all eight hours of music and 90 minutes of orchestral music were created for the game and how the soundtrack represents so many cultures. The second video that we’ve embedded below explores the main title theme and it’s just as awesome.
This isn’t the first round of videos that we’ve seen for Humankind. Back in March of 202, a new video gave us our first major look, and more recently we learned just how much of a role fame will...
Over the past six months, we’ve seen Alpha testing for Microsoft Flight Simulator, we’ve seen an impressive round of screenshots, and we’ve even gotten a look inside a plane's cockpit. Now, we’ve finally learned what it’s going to take for your computer to actually run this magnificent-looking game and, let’s just says that all those amazing graphics don’t come cheap.
As you’ll see from the specs list below, even running at minimum takes some fairly serious hardware, and if you want the best of what the game offers, you’ll even need pretty fast internet too. Remember, the game promises live weather data, some 37,000 real-world airports, real-time air traffic, and a picture-perfect recreation of earth down to the finest detail. Despite the high levels of detail and sheer size of the game, you’ll only need 150 GB of storage space. Yeah, that’s a lot, but given what we’re expecting it’s not bad considering Red Dead Redemption 2 requires the same.
The Witch of the Woods update for Smite has gone live on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Mac. Along with some balance changes and a number of bug fixes, Baba Yaga has finally landed on the battleground.
The #WitchOfTheWoods Update is live on all platforms!!Try out the newest God on the Battleground: Baba Yaga!See what all has come with this update: https://t.co/jMamPytL93 pic.twitter.com/2i2tUrzb5u— SMITE (@SMITEGame) April 21, 2020
According to Smite’s developers, Baba Yaga was added to the game due to overwhelming community support after being the most highly requested god in Smite history. In speaking about Baba Yaga’s arrival, Svetlan Lisik, the Russian Translation & Community Specialist at Hi-Rez Studios, said:
“Baba Yaga is certainly one of the most prominent characters in Slavic folklore. It’s amazing how excited about Baba Yaga’s release all the community is, and especially Russian-speaking fans. I'm glad to see that the SMITE Goddess they anticipated the most...
If you ever wanted to try autopsy, for one reason or another, now is your chance. The main character, named Jack, takes care of everybody that enters the building. Imagine being the only one working in a place like that. You will examine different bodies, looking for evidence as you try to decide if it was a natural death or a murder. You can examine the organs with various tools and devices. So far, the game is more about medicine and a morbid job, but things escalate quickly. The game transforms into a horror film, where your "patients" are coming back to life, haunting you, chasing you.
Even if the game is pretty realistic and filled with morbid scenes, the sound is, more or less, from a cartoon rather then some haunted morgue. We don't know if the "monsters" are real or if they're created by our character's mind. We know for sure that we must escape. If you've watched "The autopsy of...