Having been hyped out of its mind this year, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is finally available on Xbox One in the Game Preview program. There's a pretty good chance you've played it or are thinking about playing it, and so we want to hear from you.
It's been quite the year for PUBG, shattering Steam's concurrent players' record, frequently being the most watched title on streaming sites like Twitch and Mixer and now, finally, coming to Xbox as a console exclusive.
Naturally, the experience is different to playing on PC, and anyone who has switched to playing on Xbox will see that. The frame rate is massively dropped, the textures are a little wonky and its generally rough around the edges. There are also reports of it being unplayable at times on the Xbox One and Xbox One S, while Xbox One X folks have a little more power on hand to push through the problems.
Personally, I've enjoyed it, even having played a bit on PC this year. I'll admit it's rough, even for an early game preview, but the core is sound and we at least got more recent features like vaulting and the improved UI elements at first launch. There's a lot of work to be done for sure, but there's promise.
But, it's not about what I or anyone else on the Windows Central team thinks. If you've gone out looking for a chicken dinner drop by the forums thread below and let us know how tasty it's been for you.
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Although it's too early for a review, here are some initial benchmarks from the new Surface Book 3 15-inch with a Core i7 and NVIDIA GeForce 1660 Ti (Max-Q) and how it compares to Surface Book 2 and other premium laptops. Spoiler: While the CPU is just OK, that 1660 Ti definitely bumps up the Book 3's potential.
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TP-Link's Archer AX6000 is an 802.11ax router designed to take your network into the future. However, it might not be exactly what you're looking for due to its high-end specs and relatively high price. We explain in this review.
Give your sim racing game a lift with one of these great sets of pedals
A good set of pedals is a crucial part of any sim racing setup, and thankfully you don't have to spend a small fortune to get something special. Whether you're a beginner, more advanced, looking to spend a little or money is no object, there's a set of pedals that's right for you.