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Gamepressure.com News 23 October 2019

Bethesda Announces Paid Subscription to Fallout 76

Michael Kulakowski, 23 October 2019, 22:01

Bethesda surprises with the announcement of an additional subscription service for Fallout 76 owners, called Fallout 1st. Upon payment of a monthly fee, the players will have access to several long-awaited features such as private worlds and unlimited space for crafting components.

BF Getting Back Into Shape? Battlefield V War on the Pacific Trailer

Paul Wozniak, 23 October 2019, 21:26

A new trailer for Chapter 5 of Battlefield V, War on the Pacific, has appeared on the web. Together with it, we found out what kind of maps, weapons or vehicles will be put into the game. The launch of the DLC is scheduled for October 31.

AI Will Recognize When You're Nervous

Laty, 23 October 2019, 14:07

Year by year, we are witnessing an ever-increasing development of artificial intelligence. This time a Japanese IT corporation, Fujitsu, decided to improve the recognition of human faces by machines. The new technology will allow AI to notice subtle changes in facial expressions, so that it will be able to determine our emotions.

Rumor: No Transferring Items From Overwatch to Overwatch 2

Maciej Pawlikowski, 23 October 2019, 13:58

According to one of the rumors, Overwatch 2 players will be unable to transfer their cosmetic items and progress from the first installment. This means that if you've spent money on your favorite skin, you'll gonna have to spend it again.

CP 2077 Will Break the Bank? CD Project RED High on Bloomberg's List

Jacob Blazewicz, 23 October 2019, 13:47

Bloomberg Agency has published a ranking of companies worthy of investors' attention in 2020. The biggest winner was CD Projekt RED. Analysts predict that in the release year alone, the sales of Cyberpunk 2077 may reach 20 million copies.

Assassin's Creed Dev Apologizes for the Towers

Frozen, 23 October 2019, 13:41

Patrice Désilets, chief designer of Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey and the first installments of the Assassin's Creed series, apologized to players for creating the mechanics of unveiling game map by climbing high objects. He believes that developers are abusing this system in current games.

Minecraft - Ray-tracing in 60 FPS on Cheapest RTX Card

Adrian Werner, 23 October 2019, 13:36

Nvidia announced that Minecraft with ray-tracing is expected to run in 60 frames per second at 1080p resolution on a GeForce 2060 RTX.

Firefox 70 Enables us to See Who's Tracking us and Other Things

Bart Swiatek, 23 October 2019, 13:33

A new version of Firefox, number 70, is now available on the web. The developers have enriched their product with a number of attractive novelties - one of them enables us to better understand who is tracking our movements on the Internet.

Dr. DisRespect - Streaming Pays Off More Than Working on Call of Duty

Paul Wozniak, 23 October 2019, 13:02

One of the most popular streamers, Dr. DisRespect, told us why it doesn't pay off to return being a gamedev. The reason is trivially simple - earnings. Tens of thousands of dollars in payouts for working on Call from Duty: Advanced Warfare is ridiculously small compared to average current streamer income.

PS5 CPU May Run at 3.2 GHz

Bart Swiatek, 23 October 2019, 09:33

All indications are that the ninth generation console from Sony - PlayStation 5 - will have a 3.2GHz processor. The editors of Digital Foundry have reached information that would suggest this.