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7. 5. 2021 – GamingHub
Days Gone PC Won’t Support DLSS Or Ray Tracing
Other / 7. 5. 2021

Days Gone is the latest PlayStation exclusive to head to the PC. Today, developer Bend Studio has shared some details about what settings players can expect to find on the PC version. Unfortunately, Days Gone on PC will not support DLSS or ray tracing. In an FAQ for Days Gone’s PC version, Bend revealed that the upcoming PC release will not support Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) technology which uses deep learning to upscale lower-resolution images in real-time. It’s a pretty cool bit of tech that increased frame rate substantially depending on the game. Likewise, ray-tracing won’t be supported on PC either meaning the powerful light rendering techniques in new-gen systems will be absent on PC for Days Gone. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2019/03/25/days-gone-story-trailer”] However, Days Gone will boast a bunch of customizable options for PC. Everything from an increased level of detail, foliage draw distance, shadow quality, renders, textures, Field of View, and more will be scalable to varying degrees. Days Gone also supports 60 FPS or unlocked framerate as well as ultra-wide monitor support. PlayStation’s last PC port, Horizon Zero Dawn, also lacked ray tracing and DLSS support, which was notable because Horizon ran on the Decima engine. The same…

How Long Does Each (Numbered) Resident Evil Take to Beat?
Other / 7. 5. 2021

Resident Evil Village is officially available, and according to early players, it takes around 10 hours to beat. How does this compare to the other original numbered entries in the Resident Evil franchise? According to the Main Story completion on howlongtobeat.com, Resident Evil Village is the fourth-longest Resident Evil game behind Resident Evil 6’s 21.5 hours, Resident Evil 4’s 16 hours, and Resident Evil 5’s 12 hours. That makes it longer than Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’s 9 hours, Resident Evil and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis’ 6.5 hours, and Resident Evil 2’s 6 hours. Here’s the full breakdown. In our review of Resident Evil Village, we said that it “is like visiting a disturbing and deadly Disneyland, where every attraction is a house of horrors.” For more, check out our best tips and tricks for getting started in Resident Evil Village and the first 15 minutes of the game if you want to see if it is too spooky for you. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/05/05/resident-evil-village-review”] IGN’s parent company Ziff Davis owns howlongtobeat.com [poilib element=”accentDivider”] Have a tip for us? Want to discuss a possible story? Please send an email to newstips@ign.com. Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him…

Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 gets PS5 delay due to “unforeseen technical issues”
Other / 7. 5. 2021

CI Games has announced a delay for the PlayStation 5 version of its upcoming long-distance shooter Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2, resulting from “unforeseen technical issues”. Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 – which features a “dramatic single-player campaign set in modern day Middle East” – was originally due on PlayStation 5 on 4th June, arriving alongside versions for PS4, Xbox One, Xbox X/S and PC. However, despite the PS5 edition’s delay to a currently unspecified future point, other platforms will receive the game as originally planned. CI hasn’t offered specific details on the “unforeseen technical issues” affecting the PS5 release, but says its “highly experienced, professional and dedicated team are working hard with the platform holder and engine provider to resolve the problems as soon as feasibly possible”. Read more

Open Country Coming to Xbox One on June 3
Other / 7. 5. 2021

Today we reveal a brand-new gameplay trailer for Open Country, an upcoming outdoor adventure and survival game coming to Xbox One on June 3, with all new info and brand-new reveals. Read on to learn more! Maps Open Country covers three massive wilderness maps at launch. Mellow Hills, Tumnus Valley, and Snowridge. Each map represents a different season with its own weather, animals and survival challenges. You’ll need to equip the right gear and stick up your camp to make it to the next day. Survival / Tracking / Hunting Everyone needs to eat and there’s no supermarket in Open Country. Tracking and hunting local game, such as elk or rabbit, is how you’ll get your next meal. Look around for recent tracks that will lead you to big game that have recently passed by and take your shot. Be careful! Any stray noise, or the scent of a hunter moving upwind, can be enough to scare them off and you’ll go hungry. Explore the map and find the best hunting grounds. You may even decide to build a camp nearby to make return visits and food storage easier. ATV – Snowmobile Getting around the massive maps of Open Country…

Returnal Releasing Patch Tomorrow That Won’t Corrupt Your Save
Other / 7. 5. 2021

After Returnal’s previous major update resulted in players having their save files corrupted, developer Housemarque has announced that May 8’s patch will solve the issue. Housemarque made the announcement Friday on Twitter. The Returnal 1.3.6 patch will go live on May 8 at 11 AM GMT/4 AM PDT, but warned players to still disable the auto-update feature on their PlayStation 5 in the meantime. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/29/returnal-review”] Though Returnal received generally positive reviews for its blend of bullet-hell action and roguelike progression, including from IGN, a common criticism was that Returnal’s single-life runs could take upwards of two hours. That issue is compounded by the fact that you can’t save your game mid-run. The only way to theoretically “save” your progress is to put your PS5 in rest mode, but any auto-update applied to Returnal would result in your current run being wiped. Housemarque released Returnal’s 1.3.3 patch on Wednesday, which contained a number of standard bug fixes, but unexpectedly resulted in players having their save files corrupted. At the time, the only way to fix the issue was to redownload Returnal. Housemarque quickly released a patch that reverted the game back to its 1.3.1 state. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/05/03/april-2021s-best-and-worst-reviewed-games-reviews-in-review”] Now, Returnal’s 1.3.6…