Rainbow Six Extraction arrives on January 20 and will have the RTX feature.
Talking about GeForce Now. Battlefield 4 and Battlefield 5 have just been announced on the platform.
The show started off with a large reel of games using RTX cards.
Hi everyone. Tony Polanco here to cover the big show – which is now live!
Back to graphics cards, hardware maker EVGA tweeted about the special Nvidia address, which is another clue that we might see a new graphics card today.
NVIDIA Special Address Tomorrow, Jan. 4 at 8 a.m. PST. Don’t miss this special announcement! Https: //t.co/A8u320J4wl pic.twitter.com/IkIHoo3sn4January 4, 2022
On the car side, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Nvidia explain how some of its AI-centric tech, which benefits from its graphics card’s parallel processing, is powering some of the latest concept electric cars, such as the new Mercedes Vision EQXX. . concept and its breathtaking 620 mile range.
The GeForce announcements are also expected to feature gameplay footage, potentially new gameplay from Dying Light 2.
We would eat our collective hat if ray tracing wasn’t mentioned a bit today. More and more games are implementing graphics rendering technology for a more realistic and striking rendering, so expect some really nice demos.
Join the @NVIDIAGEForce special broadcast event on January 4th at 8:00 am PST for exciting news on Dying Light 2 https://t.co/LhwYGrXBap # DyingLight2 pic.twitter.com/0mgAJr0ZycJanuary 3, 2022
We’re just over 30 minutes away from the Nvidia Special Event, and the Nvidia GeForce Twitter account is running too. We take this as a tentative clue that we might see new GeForce hardware today.
1 hour. Tune in. Https://t.co/h9eVdqsfTT pic.twitter.com/eCLS3B1jv1January 4, 2022
LG has unveiled its smallest OLED TV to date, but it still packs a lot of features, including access to GeForce Now. With LG TVs offering a plethora of gaming features, we can expect Nvidia to shed light on such screens, along with all the improvements to the GeForce Now service.
Expect to see more of LG’s first gaming laptop at CES 2022 and possibly at Nvidia’s showcase, as it’s set to use the powerful Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080.
Not a lot of detail on the graphics card side, but according to Reuters, autonomous truck company TuSimple will use Nvidia chips for its autonomous vehicles.
Autonomous truck company TuSimple will use Nvidia chips for autonomous computing https://t.co/xIjkHljPz6 pic.twitter.com/juL89GRdYIJanuary 4, 2022