Coming later this year
Intel has showcased its Tiger Lake notebook prototype running Battlefield V game at 1080p with over 30 frames per second, which is a pretty nice feat for an integrated Xe graphics.
Battlefield V, Anthem, and Metro Exodus
Nvidia has launched its new RTX Triple Threat game bundle, offering up to three big AAA titles for those that buy an RTX series graphics card or system featuring these graphics cards.
Works good but with limitations
Nvidia was quite keen to announce that both Battlefield V and Metro Exodus got DLSS support, boosting performance by up to 40 percent, but there is a slight catch.
With a new driver and upcoming Battlefield V update
Nvidia has promised a fix for Battlefield V's raytracing performance with the next game update and Nvidia's driver, promising up to a 50 percent boost.
The new "Game On. Game RTX" bundle
Nvidia and its partners have launched the new "Game On. Game RTX" bundle which gives a free copy of the new Battlefield V game with the purchase of Geforce RTX series graphics card.
Battle royale Firestorm mode, single player and more
Celebrating the start of its open beta phase, Electronic Arts has released a new trailer which details some of the future elements which will be available in the full game, including the battle royale mode, singleplayer and more.
Battlefield V, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and more
Preparing for the availability of its first Geforce RTX 20-series graphics cards, Nvidia has also released all the gaming trailers and demos that use some of the RTX technologies, like the Ray Tracing.
AMD cannot challenge this
It will be extremely hard and almost impossible for AMD to stay relevant in performance and high end gaming. With the introduction of Geforce Turing based 20 series RTX cards, Nvidia is putting in place a hard to reach distance between AMD Radeon graphics and Geforce. When we say Nvidia will rule high end in 2019, we of course mean the rest of 2018 too.
Quite reasonable hardware requirements
To big surprise, EA has released PC minimum system requirements for its freshly announced Battlefield V game and although it is a bit early, it does not appear that you'll need a new hardware compared to the Battlefield 1.