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Hunt: Showdown 2.1 Content Patch Live

The developers over at Crytek pushed their v2.1 Content Patch live for Hunt: Showdown in the wee hours of the morning today. Crossbows, throwing knives, new silenced longguns, as well as new early morning fog maps are part of the release. And for those of you that spend time on your back waiting for your partner to come pick you up, you can now spectate your teammate's gameplay. The game is $30 on Steam and worth every penny. The Hunt: Showdown Roadmap has been updated as of this morning as well.
Posted by Kyle July 16, 2018 8:59 AM (CDT)

Dolby Vision Video Streaming Support Comes to Xbox

Dolby Vision video streaming support arrived on Xbox One S and Xbox One X as part of this week’s System Update 1810 Preview. Dolby Vision is Dolby’s implementation of HDR, bringing a wider color gamut and increased contrast ratio (up to 10,000 nits of brightness) to content. 4K HDR Dolby Vision disc compatibility is expected in the fall.

Dolby Vision enables select TVs to take HDR up a notch with scene-by-scene precision and accuracy versus standard HDR which uses one setting for the entire movie/show you are watching. If you have a TV that supports the latest version of Dolby Vision and a Premium Netflix subscription jump in and experience Dolby Vision for yourself in the coming weeks!

Posted by Megalith July 15, 2018 4:10 PM (CDT)

Monster Hunter: World PC Trailer and August 9th Release Date Announced

Monster Hunter World has already shipped 8 million copies on the Playstation 4 console and PC enthusiasts have been patiently waiting for their turn to play the smash hit. Today Capcom has announced that the PC Master Race will be able to delve into the caverns, forests, and deserts of Monster Hunter World on August 9th, 2018! Of course there is a preorder package bonus available on the Steam page for those that are screaming, "Take my money!" As far as system requirements go, the official blog post from Capcom goes into much greater detail than the leak from yesterday. A NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB and AMD RX 570 round out the recommended GPU list for 1080p High settings @30 fps, while an AMD FX 8350, Ryzen 1500, or Intel i7 3770K fill the recommended CPU list. Budget gaming enthusiasts can still play the title on Windows 7 and utilize their GTX 760s or R7 260x GPUs on for 1080p low settings @30 fps so Capcom should have everyone covered. But remember that you're going to have to be running the 64 bit version of the OS of choice. Time for me to check the couch for change so that I can get in on the preorder train. 4K 60 fps gaming right out of the box on Highest settings? Who's with me?

First up, let’s answer the big questions, where and when you’ll be able to play the PC version of Monster Hunter: World. It’ll be available on Steam on August 9th. You can already head over to the Steam page to pre-order your copy, which means you’ll also get the pre-order exclusive Origin Armor Set and Fair Wind Charm.

Posted by cageymaru July 09, 2018 2:10 PM (CDT)

Monster Hunter: World PC Requirements Leaked

Capcom is planning to officially unveil the PC version of Monster Hunter: World tomorrow, but the title’s requirements have already leaked, courtesy of Chinese gaming platform WeGame. An Intel Core i7 3770 @ 3.4GHz and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 are recommended for the action role-playing game.

More information on the PC version, including the release date, will be revealed tomorrow (July 9) at 9am PT/5pm BST. Monster Hunter: World is currently available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and the PC version is also arriving this Fall.

Posted by Megalith July 08, 2018 1:00 PM (CDT)

Music Modernization Act Addresses Digital Streaming Copyright and Payments

In the past music streaming services like Spotify have been sued for failing to secure mechanical licensing agreements for music streamed on their networks. This has led to multi million dollar lawsuits against the company. Spotify has complained that they simply have no means of identifying the proper copyright owner for compensation due to the lack of a music database. The Music Modernization Act seeks to remedy this situation by creating a database of music so that the streaming services can properly accredit an artist for their music. According to the bill, music streaming services will buy blanket licenses for music which will protect them from lawsuits. In exchange for this privilege, the music services will pay for the formation and upkeep of the database which is estimated to cost in the tens of millions.

The legislation would establish a licensing collective, to be overseen by songwriters and publishers, and paid for by the digital services, with rights information maintained by the copyright owners. Digital services, which now must track down rights holders or file notices in bulk with the Copyright Office, will be able to receive blanket licenses from the collective. In exchange, the services will gain protections against lawsuits.

Posted by cageymaru July 02, 2018 8:43 AM (CDT)

Watch Streaming TV On Oculus Go, With Oculus TV

AndroidCenteral is reporting that available today on the Oculus Store is a new app called Oculus TV.Available for free, after downloading the app will transport you to a virtual living room, with a 180" equivalent screen, where you can watch content from Netflix, Hulu, Showtime, Pluto TV and more.

Throughout the summer and fall, Oculus TV will get support for more apps and broadcast partners, with one of the highlights being ESPN.

Posted by rgmekanic June 25, 2018 6:03 PM (CDT)

Uber Car’s "Safety" Driver Streamed TV Show before Fatal Crash

The incident in which a self-driving Uber car hit a pedestrian in Arizona is in the news again, as police have revealed that the "safety" driver had been watching "The Voice" on Hulu when the crash occurred. Law enforcement said that if she was actually paying attention, the incident would have been "entirely avoidable."

Police obtained records from Hulu, an online service for streaming TV shows and movies, which showed Vasquez’s account was playing the TV talent show "The Voice" for about 42 minutes on the night of the crash, ending at 9:59 p.m., which "coincides with the approximate time of the collision," the report said.

Posted by Megalith June 23, 2018 1:30 PM (CDT)

Crytek Developers Discuss New Hunt: Showdown Patch 2 Features

Way too much new content to discuss here on the news page, but the Hunt: Showdown #2 Content Patch is now live on its Test Servers. I pulled a list of notes that cover all the changes and new feature and weapon inclusions.

Posted by Kyle June 14, 2018 12:52 PM (CDT)

Hunt: Showdown Devs Discuss Upcoming Content

Hunt: Showdown Devs Discuss upcoming content and features at 5pm CDT on Twitch live stream. Discussion
Posted by Kyle June 13, 2018 4:45 PM (CDT)

Nintendo E3 2018 Press Conference Stream

The Nintendo E3 press conference is going to be starting at 11am CDT. We have the live stream below. Expect to see Super Smash Bros. and a bunch of new Switch content alongside Fortnite possibly. Whether or not we will see anything on Metroid Prime 4, after being shown off at E3 last year, is anybody's guess.
Posted by Kyle June 12, 2018 10:09 AM (CDT)

Hunt: Showdown Upcoming Content

Hunt:Showdown had an incredibly quick preview of upcoming content to be patched in soon.

The vintage crossbow: It's a crossbow! Nothing too surprising, but skilled, stealthy players will appreciate that it doesn't alert every monster and enemy player to your position. Bolts can be retrieved once fired, too. Throwing knives: A new consumable item, throwing knives can be used for one match. Carried in addition to primary and secondary weapons, they're great for silent, close quarters kills. Knives can also be retrieved from corpses and surfaces once thrown. The hand crossbow: A small version of the vintage crossbow, but categorized as a pistol. It probably won't be as efficient over long distances as the vintage, but as a stealthy sidearm, it can make your hunter a bit more adaptable to different playstyles. Bolts retrievable, too. Stick explosive bombs: This one is pretty self-explanatory. Throw it, and it sticks to whatever it hits. Based on close scrutiny of the trailer, it appears they also explode. Curious. The Water Devil: Hunt is getting a new monster in the Water Devil, a wormy, tentacled thing that attacks players in swamps and bayous. It is gross. I do not like it.

Posted by Kyle June 11, 2018 6:25 PM (CDT)

Square Enix E3 2018 Press Conference Stream

Square Enix is up next on the E3 stage today at Noon CDT. Expect Just Cause 4, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Kingdom Hearts 3, and Dragon Quest 11. Discussion
Posted by Kyle June 11, 2018 11:06 AM (CDT)