Nvidia just announced their latest and greatest line of graphics cards. Meanwhile, Sony’s teasing PlayStation games on PC—Here’s the week at Variable.
Good morning, everyone!
Time to wake up to another edition of the “Weekly Walkthrough,” a bite-sized recap of last week’s stories and what we’ll be working on this week.
For now, the weather.
There’s some rain coming, but it’s still gonna be hot.
Manila: 33.3°C / 27°C
Nvidia reveals its RTX 30 line of video cards
Time to sell your old RTX 2080 Ti, Nvidia has just revealed its next generation of high-end video cards for the PC master race.
Sony may bring more PlayStation exclusives to PC
What better to use those brand new RTX 30 cards, than on former PlayStation exclusives. Yes, Sony is hinting that more of its PlayStation exclusives may be coming to PC.
Exclusive no more: we put together a list of 10 PlayStation exclusives we wish would come to PC.
Checking up on your mental health: Something more serious this time, we wrote about tech and people’s mental health in the time of COVID-19.
What’s the next big PC upgrade you’re contemplating?
Franz: Not an RTX 30 cards, surprisingly enough. Rather, I’m looking to get an aftermarket cooler since my room can get pretty hot. I’m thinking a Deepcool Gammaxx GTE White, mostly for the white color, including the lights, just to match my rig’s aesthetic.
Ralph: Probably a gaming monitor, just for kicks. Looking at Lenovo’s Legion series, but I’m open to suggestions.
What’s Variable this week
- Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is getting an official multiplayer reveal, which should be exciting for Warzone players since their progression will carry over.
- How much will the Xbox Series X cost? Some details seem to have spilled out and it might be pretty expensive.
- We’ve also got more on mental health and anxiety during these trying times.
That’s all we have for you. See you next week!
P.S. I’m pretty sure we’re forgetting something, but it’s probably not important anyway.