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Sony Is Shutting Down the PlayStation Community Forums at the End of February

Social media may have claimed another victim. While no specific reason was given, Sony has announced that it would be closing its decades-old discussion board for PlayStation fans on February 27.

Here’s Your Chance to Win an Extremely Rare GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Cyberpunk 2077 Edition GPU

Only 200 of these beauties have been made, and gamers can only get their hands on one by entering NVIDIA's #RTXOn Sweepstakes. The GPU features a custom AL5052 aluminum shroud in yellow.

NVIDIA and CD PROJEKT RED Tease Limited-Edition Cyberpunk 2077 GeForce RTX GPU

Do you love Cyberpunk 2077 enough to base an entire GPU purchase around it? That's what NVIDIA and CD PROJEKT RED are hoping. The companies have taken to Twitter to tease a limited-edition GeForce card.

Marvel’s Avengers Now Up for Pre-order

Marvel's The Avengers are officially available for pre-order. This comes after developer Square Enix announced a delay so they could fine tune and add more polishing.

Valve Announces Launch Date for Half-Life: Alyx, but Index Headsets Are Still Sold Out

After more than a decade, PC gamers can finally return to one of the greatest franchises ever on March 23, 2020. That marks 12 years, 5 months, and 13 days since the series' last outing, Half-Life 2: Episode Two.

PlayStation 5 to Cost $500? Next-Generation Console May Be Priced Higher Due to Costly Parts

Bloomberg is reporting that Sony is "struggling" with pricing the PS5 due to its expensive hardware. The Japanese giant may not be able to sell the console at anything lower than $450.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Developer Apologizes for Ridiculous 94 GB Season 2 Update

Activision should think about bundling hard drives with future Call of Duty titles. The PC patch weighs roughly 94 GB, while the PS4 and Xbox One updates measure around 51 GB and 68 GB, respectively.

Mass Effect Lead Writer Joins Ex-BioWare Vets at Archetype Entertainment for New Sci-Fi RPG

Archetype appears to be building a roster that can rekindle the magic from BioWare's golden days. The latest addition is Drew Karpyshyn, whose credits include Mass Effect and SW: KOTOR.

Samsung Partners with Microsoft for Mobile Gaming

Cloud-based gaming has been getting a lot of press in the last six months. Ramping up things in 2020 Samsung has made new announcements. The latest comes during their presentation for the newest Galaxy line phones the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip.

EA Shifts Need for Speed Development from Ghost Games to Burnout Studio, Criterion

EA is giving the keys to the racing series back to UK-based studio Criterion Games, which is best known for the high-speed, crash-heavy Burnout series. Their last NFS title was 2012's Most Wanted.