July 2, 2021

What I want to see in Battlefield 2042

What I want to see in Battlefield 2042

Please DICE Not Another BF5


In This Episode…

I talk about the latest updates to your favorite games. A funny glitch in Overwatch. Windows 11 and TPM 2.0, and why Microsoft did not communicate that very well, and what I want to see in Battlefield 2042.

 

Show Notes

●      [01:06] Elder Scrolls Online Update   

●      [02:59] EVGA finally adds AMD Motherboards                         

●      [04:29] A modder adds FSR to GTA V?

●      [05:41] Elite Dangerous: Odyssey patch notes?

●      [08:12] Doom Eternal adds DLSS and Ray Tracing?

●      [09:37] COD MW adds two maps back into the game?

●      [11:37] Escape from Tarkov adds Nvidia Reflex finally.

●      [12:47] Windows 11 and TPM 2.0.

●      [15:26] Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion ported to Unreal Engine 5?

●      [16:42] Battlenet Summer Sale.

●      [17:54] Casey Hudson starts a new studio.

●      [19:56] Bungie will eventually change the Gambit from Destiny 2

●      [20:51] Funny Overwatch glitch with Roadhog.

●      [21:51] What I want to see in Battlefield 2042

 

People, Games, and Companies, We Mentioned in the Show

●      Doom Eternal

●      AMD

●      Nvidia

●      Destiny 2

●      Battlenet

●      Call of Duty Modern Warfare (2019)

●      Elite Dangerous: Odyssey

●      Escape from Tarkov

●      EVGA

●      Elder Scrolls

●      Overwatch

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