Rise of the Tomb Raider Anticipated PlayStation 4 Pro Patch

Rise of the Tomb Raider Anticipated PlayStation 4 Pro Patch

Crystal Dynamic’s Latest installation in its Tomb Raider remake series was always a graphically stunning game on all fronts. However, fans are due for a treat when the new installation in the PlayStation series is released on November 10th.


Rise of the Tomb Raider shall be receiving a new patch for the PlayStation Pro, this patch will be adding three new modes to the game. All three modes will be related to game graphics & performance; Players will be allowed to select a mode upon starting the game up.

For a lot of people, the lack of 60 FPS gaming on consoles is painful to endure, the original release of Rise of the Tomb Raider was clocked most of the time sitting between 20 & 30 FPS on both consoles, give or take a few frames on either side of the scale.

The first of the three game render modes will be a unlocked frame at 1080p with roughly the same graphics intensity as the original game was. This will allow the potential for 60FPS gaming on the new PlayStation Pro for Rise of the Tomb Raider, which I for one, am looking forward to!


Render mode two will be a beatified version of the game, rendered for 1080p, will be aimed at the 30FPS region, but with all the bells & whistles pushed up for a sharper experience to game graphics. The third & final render mode will be a 4k upscale mode for that 4k TV sitting in your lounge-room, however, this is not a true 4k render, but a form of 4k known as 4k Checkerboard rendering, which is basically 1080p rendered 4 times on one screen.

Lets hope that Crystal Dynamic’s can follow through with this & that we see more Dev’s do this in the coming future.

The Division Open Beta Goes Live February 19th!



The Division Open Beta is due to hit uPlay on February 19th, & be accessible until the 21st of February.

Pre-loading the Beta will be available from the 16th of February, the game will unlock on the 19th of February.

To pre-load The Division beta, you will need to download uPlay from the Ubisoft Website.

uPlay can be downloaded from the following website: https://uplay.ubi.com/#!/en-GB/

You will also need to make a uPlay account if you currently do not have one.

If you’ve got this far, then you are all set to wait until the 16th to start downloading the Beta.

When the 16th comes, the Beta will be available to download off the Free Games tab in the uplay Games Library menu.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – New In-Depth Tour of Motherbase


GameCon 2015 was an eventful time for Metal Gear Fans, Kojima Productions released a new In Game Demo of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
This time, we were given a small tour of the basic structures of Mother Base.
Mother Base is the new, Offshore home of Diamond Dogs, Snakes Private Army.

In the Video released at Gamecon, we were shown a small glimpse of what Mother Base has to offer.
If you missed the Gamecon demo from Kojima Productions on Metal Gear, feel free to watch the Video footage below.

The All New Edition to the Bethesda Softworks Family… Fallout 4


 Fallout 4 is the new, highly anticipated installment of the Fallout Franchise.
Bethesda Softworks has kept this one under its belt until it was announced at E3 in 2015.
The announcement of Fallout 4 was a shock to most fans of the series, but the biggest shock was yet to come…
Not only was Fallout 4 announced… but it was also given a Release date of the 10th of November of 2015!

For anyone who missed this wonderful announcement at E3 this year, here is the E3 Presentation of Fallout 4!

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Approaches


Metal Gear Solid is the next installment in the Metal Gear Solid Series.
Its due to come out on the 1st of September for Consoles, but it is rumored to be being ported to PC & ready for the public by the 15th of September.
Metal Gear Solid is famous in the gaming world for its hardcore stealth, deep story-line and its history of putting together spectacular games since the 1990’s.

If you like stealth oriented games, as well as games with open worlds & good stories, I recommend getting the new Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain when it hits the shelves!

Here’s the E3 2015 Game-play Trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain