Yes, you heard it right with the help of emulators you can play Call of Duty Mobile on PC. While the game is made to play on mobile many people don’t like the controls offered by the game. This is true even if we use a controller as many players find it more comfortable to use keyboard and mouse.
While there is an official emulator by the name of ‘Gameloop’ we wouldn’t recommend using it as it is made by Tencent. The emulator we would recommend is called ‘Bluestacks’ and it is quite popular in gaming community. You can also download other emulators such as LDPlayer, MeMu, KoPlayer, and Nox.
Step 1: First thing you have to do is download and install the emulator from this link
Step 2: Now that the emulator is installed open it and run Google Play Store and log in
Step 3: Search for COD Mobile and download it
Step 4: Run the game and adjust quality settings according to your PC hardware.
Note: The emulator may take a while to download even with fast internet connections.
We’ve seen AMD’s higher-end Navi cards with the RX 5700 and the RX 5700XT, and the entry-level Navi GPU with the RX 5500 XT. But we hadn’t seen anything for the gamers who play in the mid-range. Finally, that wait is over too. With the launch of the RX 5600 XT, AMD seems to have covered all the segments. But was it worth waiting all this time? Today we find that out, with the Sapphire Pulse RX 5600 XT.
When it comes to specs, the RX 5600 XT is a huge improvement over the RX 5500 XT. Both cards are based on the same 7nm rDNA architecture, but while the RX 5500 XT has 1408 Stream Processors, the RX 5600 XT boasts of 2304 Stream Processors, just the same as the RX 5700. But while the RX 5700 has 8GB GDDR6 memory, the RX 5600 XT only has 6GB GDDR6 memory. Which is a bit puzzling, since the Sapphire website lists an RX 5500 XT variant with 8GB VRAM. One can only wonder what the thinking is behind that decision. The RX 5600 XT has a boost clock speed of 1750 MHz and is powered by a single 8-pin connector.
The Sapphire Pulse RX 5600 XT has a two-slot, dual fan design which is fairly standard, covered in a black and silver shroud with red highlights. The heat sink is decently big and there’s a backplate to support the card as well. For display options, the Sapphire RX 5600 XT comes with three DisplayPorts and one HDMI port.
AMD has added an impressive feature set to its GPU line-up, which every gamer can use to their advantage. One such feature is Radeon Anti-lag, which reduces input latency, or the delay between pressing a key and seeing the effect on the screen. Depending on the title, it can help reduce the input lag by up to 30%, giving you a massive advantage in multiplayer and competitive games. Another useful feature is Radeon Boost, that gives increases your framerate by dynamically reducing resolution during movements like camera rotation, and scales it back up once the movement stops. Both these features are useful for gamers looking to get the most out of their hardware. And then you have the benefit of FreeSync, supported by some of the most economical monitors as well. But how well does all that translate to gaming performance? Let’s take a look at the benchmarks and find out.
The RX 5600 XT’s performance is impressive to say the least. While NVIDIA has 4 GPUs aimed at the 1080p segment, the red team sweeps them up with a single card. It goes toe-to-toe with the RTX 2060, and depending on the game, even leaves it behind in some titles. AMD may have taken their sweet time, but they seemed to have come up with the perfect, no-frills graphics card for 1080p gamers, much like the GTX 1060 used to be when it first launched.
The question now becomes, should you buy the RX 5600 XT? It competes very closely with the RTX 2060, both in terms of performance and price, but the RTX 2060 offers a couple of extra features, namely RTX ray tracing and DLSS. There are two issues here; first, that there aren’t a lot of games out there that support these features. And the second issue is that the 2060 is just good enough to give you a taste of ray tracing, because it’s a heavy process and leads to a big drop in performance. On the other hand, AMD cards do suffer from driver issues every now and then, though that is a problem that’s not hard to rectify.
In the end, if your choice is between the RX 5600 XT and the RTX 2060, it mainly boils down to one question – how much do you care about ray tracing? Just go through the list of current and upcoming titles that have ray tracing support. If you think they’re the kind of games you’d enjoy more and want to see RTX in action, by all means go with the 2060. But if all you’re looking for is raw performance and want the best framerate at highest settings when gaming at 1080p, the RX 5600 XT is hands down the best option available in the market right now.
Mad Catz Global Limited, leading gaming hardware innovators for 30 years, announced today that they will be previewing an extensive array of hardware due for release in 2020 at CES, taking place in Las Vegas from January 7th through 10th 2020.
2020 promises to be the year of the R.A.T., and to celebrate Mad Catz plan to release multiple new entries into the much-loved gaming mice line-up including the R.A.T.PRO X3 Supreme, R.A.T.8+ ADV, the R.A.T. DWS, and the R.A.T. AIR S. Mad Catz will also showcase the new C.A.T. Game Pad range, the F.R.E.Q.4 Gaming Headset and a new year surprise in the form of the E.G.O. Arcade FightStick, a triumphant return to one of Mad Catz most famous product lines!
A high-end customizable gaming mouse, the R.A.T. Pro X3 Supreme features a 16,000 CPI gaming optical sensor, 10 programmable buttons and over a dozen adjustable accessories, offering 108 different physical configurations! A limited-edition product, the R.A.T. Pro X3 Supreme is expected to ship only in 2020 the year of the R.A.T.
The R.A.T. 8+ ADV, features a PWM3389 PRO optical sensor with 20,000CPI, striking gloss-red exterior and 11 configurable buttons for complete, programmable control. Premium switches are designed to withstand 60 million clicks for intensive gaming. The R.A.T.DWS features a dual wireless connection with 2.4ghz wireless and Bluetooth® connectivity, ensuring low latency and battery life of up to 80 hours between charges. Following last year’s popular introduction of the R.A.T.AIR, the R.A.T.AIR S is perfect combination of a powerful 12,000 CPI optical wireless gamingmouse and a resonance wireless charging pad, keeps the mouse fully charged at all times and can even be rolled up when on-the-move!
The F.R.E.Q.4 gaming headset is expected to begin shipping early 2020 and will be setting the standard for quality PC audio at CES 2020. Equipped with 50mm audio drivers for powerful bass and high-performance audio, the F.R.E.Q.4features virtual 7.1 surround sound creating an incredibly immersive sound field. Designed for comfort with a stylish appearance, USB connectivity and full RGB LED lighting, the F.R.E.Q.4 makes a stunning addition to any gamers’ arsenal.
The S.T.R.I.K.E. range of gaming keyboards is set to expand, with the addition of the S.T.R.I.K.E.13,a configurable RGB mechanical keyboard with dynamic controls. Benefitting from Cherry Red mechanical switches, an ergonomic keypad and a comfort-focused tilting angle, the S.T.R.I.K.E.13offers comfort and accuracy during sustained gaming sessions.
Mad Catz will also be returning to game controllers in 2020, with the C.A.T.7and the C.A.T.3. With an OLED display panel for configuring macros and sensitivity control, plus built-in memory to store configuration profiles, the C.A.T.7 is an ideal controller for gamers who require maximum flexibility in their setups. The C.A.T.3is a sleek, ergonomic controller with a dual wireless connection of 2.4GHz and Bluetooth.
Lastly, Mad Catz will be offering a new year surprise to the fighting game community, previewing the E.G.O. Arcade FightStick. Returning to fighting game controllers, the E.G.O.features genuine high-quality Sanwa Denshi® arcade components, an eight-directional joystick, eight-button arcade layout and customizable faceplate.
Today, Telltale and Athlon Games launched The Telltale Batman Shadows Edition. Shadows Edition brings a sinister new look to the Telltale Batman Series adding a noir-style visual makeover and graphical upgrade to the critically acclaimed and much-loved games.
The Telltale Batman Shadows Edition, which includes the Batman: The Telltale Series base game and new noir style DLC, is available for players to purchase now on Xbox One and Steam, Epic Game Store, PlayStation 4 in Europe and Nintendo Switch in the near future, from £23.96. Players who already own the base game can add Shadows Mode as stand-alone DLC from £3.99.
Earlier this year, Telltale and Athlon Games struck a publishing agreement for five popular Telltale Games back catalog titles, including Batman 1 & 2 and The Wolf Among Us, which are currently available for fans to purchase. A leading creator of interactive storytelling, Telltale Games titles represent a collection of unique and powerful story driven narratives that invoke fond memories for fans worldwide.
“We’re excited to be able to build and continue the legacy of this iconic Telltale Games franchise by launching The NEW Telltale Batman Shadows Edition today,” said Brian Waddle, Chief Revenue Officer at Telltale. “For the holiday season, we wanted to offer fans old and new a fun twist on the series with the first of many planned initiatives. All of us at Telltale are working hard to build a great studio, delivering great content. We hope everyone will stay tuned for more announcements in the coming months and, for now, enjoy playing in the Shadows.”
Batman: The Telltale Series cast players into the fractured psyche of Bruce Wayne in a dark and violent original story and challenges players with discovering the powerful and far-reaching consequences of choice as the Dark Knight. As Batman, players will encounter classic allies and adversaries, and will learn the true meaning of what it means to be the man behind the cowl as Bruce Wayne.
The young girls who fight the Blanker that swarm the skies are known as “Fraulein.” These girls wear wings on their backs, becoming the weapon that faces the darkness for their sake, for their friend’s sake, and to protect those that cannot protect themselves.
This game is divided into two parts. The first part is an exhilarating, action-packed shooting game featuring the girls and their battles. The second part is made up of beautiful cutscenes featuring their everyday life and their struggle to overcome their differences. Experience the Fraulein from two contrasting aspects!
Action Parts An exciting breath of fresh air.
Defeat powerful enemies within a beautiful, limitless sky.
Utilizing your dynamic arsenal, take down your enemies in the broad, open sky.
Also enjoy music tailored exclusively for this game, as well as realistic conversations between the two Fraulein as you fight!
Cutscene Parts Larger-than-life depictions of the girls on the battlefield.
A story about two Fraulein, each with completely opposite personalities and circumstances.
The cutscenes feature beautiful 3D graphics and amazing voice actors.
The two girls who became Fraulein—Klara and Erika—come from very different backgrounds. Although they fight often, they come to influence each other and grow from it.
Klara Ernst (voiced by Kiyono Yasuno) – An eighteen-year-old girl who discovered her Fraulein aptitude through very strange circumstances. Raised in a backwater town near the Commonwealth Federation South Base, she is the eldest daughter of a large farming family. Very kind and collected, she doesn’t sweat the small stuff. She likes beer and baths.
Erika Loerzer (voiced by Chihira Mochida) – A seventeen-year-old girl who graduated Officer School early and became a Fraulein. Growing up in the Commonwealth Federation capital city, she is the youngest of three in a family that has been in the military for generations. Although she does everything in excellence, she is strict and honest with those around her as well as with herself. She likes opera and coffee.
AMD’s had a pretty good year, with their new Ryzen 3000 processors and RX Navi GPUs shining in the spotlight. But while we’ve had the higher end RX 5700 and 5700 XT for a while, AMD’s kept us waiting for the budget card, the RX 5500 XT. Now that it’s out, was it worth the wait? Let’s find out with our Sapphire Pulse RX 5500 XT 4GB graphics card.
The Sapphire Pulse RX 5500 XT is a big card, for the kind of performance bracket it falls in, so if you were planning to put it in a small PC, like a mini-ITX build, you need to be wary of that. But on the plus side, a bigger heatsink translates into better cooling. The GPU has a dual-slot, twin fan design, covered in a black shroud with the Pulse logo on the fans. The simplistic design looks great and should fit in with most color schemes on your build. And, it has a full backplate too, which is something we generally don’t get to see in budget GPUs.
AMD has added an impressive feature set to its GPU line-up, which every gamer can use to their advantage. One such feature is Radeon Anti-lag, which reduces input latency, or the delay between pressing a key and seeing the effect on the screen. Depending on the title, it can help reduce the input lag by up to 30%, giving you a massive advantage in multiplayer and competitive games. Another useful feature is Radeon Boost, that gives increases your framerate by dynamically reducing resolution during movements like camera rotation, and scales it back up once the movement stops. Both these features are useful for gamers looking to get the most out of their hardware. And then you have the benefit of FreeSync, supported by some of the most economical monitors as well.
Talking about specs, the Sapphire Pulse RX 5500 XT has 22 compute units and 1408 stream processors. The boost clock goes up to 1845 MHz and there are two variants for memory, one with 4GB GDDR6 VRAM and the other with 8GB GDDR6 VRAM. For display options, the card comes with three DisplayPorts and one HDMI port, which is becoming more of a norm nowadays. But how good is the card when it comes to performance? Let’s take a look at the benchmarks.
To put it straight, the RX 5500 XT’s performance is a mixed bed. It’s impressive and falls in line with what you’d expect with the price tag, but it can be a bit inconsistent depending on the game, sometimes even falling behind the RX 580, which is a last-gen graphics card. The GTX 1650 Super, while it doesn’t perform as well as the RX 5500 XT, is more consistent. But this problem could possibly be a driver issue which will probably be resolved with an update, as we’ve seen happen previously with both NVIDIA and AMD GPUs.
The 4GB variant we have is pretty solid for esports gamers and people who don’t need to play games at the highest possible settings, but if you’re thinking about the long-term, it’s better to go with the 8GB model as newer and better-looking games will require more VRAM. At a price point of about INR 15,000, the RX 5500 XT offers a decent performance and feature set offering. It might seem a little high for now, but once the drivers are stabilized we should see more improvement. And if we get to see a price cut like we did with the RX 5700 GPUs, this has the potential to be the best bang for buck GPU for budget gamers.
From the creators of Ori and the Blind Forest—the acclaimed action platformer with more than 50 awards and nominations—comes the highly-anticipated sequel, Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Embark on an all-new adventure in a vast and exotic world where you’ll encounter towering enemies and challenging puzzles on your quest to unravel Ori’s true destiny.
Immerse yourself in a hand-crafted narrative experience. Unravel Ori’s true destiny in this emotional and engaging story driven adventure with a stunning soundtrack. Explore a vast, exotic, and strikingly beautiful environments.
Master new skills. Guide Ori through a journey of untold danger using newly acquired spirit weapons, spells, and attacks. Utilize an all-new shard system to power-up Ori’s newfound abilities and customize your style of play.
Face epic enemies and challenging puzzles. Encounter larger-than-life bosses and seek help from an expansive cast of new characters who will help you uncover Ori’s mysterious fate.
Experience a new thrilling mode. Race to the top of the leaderboards in the all-new Spirit Trials mode where players dash, burrow, grapple, and leap to high scores in unique speed-run challenges throughout the game.
Naraka: Bladepoint offers close-range action set on the mysterious Eastern region called Morus. The game features a boundless movement system that allows players to climb, hang, and even parkour. With an aim-at-whatever-you-want grappling hook and a sophisticated yet beginner-friendly combat system involving accessible block & parry mechanics, Naraka: Bladepoint is designed to provide a brand-new experience of melee combat and world exploration. Integrating Eastern aesthetics and philosophy, Naraka: Bladepoint presents a forsaken realm of splendid landscapes as well as inexplicable enigmas.
“I woke up lying in a mass of flowers, screaming red SOULBLOOM. Bleak sky, blood-tinted sun. Metallic breezes. How pleasant.
This is Morus, a place forsaken, but never forgiven. No Law. No Regulation. I can do anything and be anyone. In the bloodshed, a warrior. In the shadows, an assassin. Death is always a whisper away. There’s no escape. It might be heaven, but it’s always NARAKA.
I’m the HUNTER; I’m the PREY. Temple, forest, hill. Wind trembles. Peril pervades. Axe, sword, spear. Weapons collide, bodies slain. MORTALITY might bring me here, but DEATH will never take me away.
Days I spent in killing. A hundred; lives I claimed with pleasure. A thousand. Off the Cliff, over the Wall. Beyond the Edge; I am UNCHAINED. Matched opponent? I met none. I was, I am, and I will always be the KILLER. I was only steps away from the treasure, and a grappling hook kissed my heart. An excruciating pain, a fountain of blood; A FAILURE.
And then I wake up, lying again in a mass of flowers, screaming red SOULBLOOM. Bleak sky, blood-tinted sun. Metallic breezes. I feel the LUST, for blood and revenge.”
Unchained Combat System – Free Map Interaction and Grappling Hook. Explore this cruel world. Climb. Hang. Grapple. There is NOTHING to stop you, and NO PLACE you can’t reach. Engage your enemy. Stealth or Assassination, Challenge or Duel, You do WHATEVER IT TAKES to survive.
Unique Block & Parry Mechanics – No Defense or Block Button. Between Life and Death, the THRILL. Against Blades and Edges, the HEARTBEAT. It’s All About the TIMING.
Stunning Eastern Art Style – Poetic Yet VIOLENT. Mysterious But ENCHANTING. A Forsaken Eastern Realm UNFOLDS.
Nine to Five is a tactical first-person shooter where smart teamwork triumphs over brute force and reflexes. In the game’s near-future world, it’s the corporations that rule, and being a mercenary for them is just another job.
In Nine to Five, three teams of three players compete against each other over three intense rounds. Each round’s outcome influences how the next one starts, so if you want to complete the ever-changing objectives the corporations set you, you’ll need to constantly adapt your approach.
With the emphasis on outsmarting the competition rather than outgunning them, Nine to Five is a dynamic new take on tactical shooters. It gives you a chance to find your role in the team and have fun—even if you have only 15 minutes to spare.
Surgeon Simulator was originally released in 2013, and quickly gained popularity amongst YouTubers (including Markiplier, Rooster Teeth, and Jackscepticeye) due to its heart-wrenchingly difficult controls and the emergent comedy that occurred as a result. Asking players to step into the shoes of Dr. Nigel Burke, a would-be surgeon with a less than conventional toolkit, its success has seen the title ported to PlayStation 4, Android, PlayStation VR, iOS, and most recently, Nintendo Switch. As a result, it’s gained a strong cult following over the years, and continues to generate over 400,000 views per day on YouTube.
Arriving in 2020, the electrifying sequel that is Surgeon Simulator 2 promises to inject a delirious dose of adrenaline straight into the heart of the original, cranking everything up to a whole new level. Anticipate a handful (or four?) of surprises along the way!
The announcement trailer follows an inanimate object (later revealed to be Bob’s severed head), as it makes its way through the confines of a mysterious medical facility via the building’s various rigs and contraptions, including conveyor belts, bowling alleys, and um… high-speed laundry carts. Surgery will, of course, remain at the heart of the experience, but as the trailer suggests, Surgeon Simulator 2 will be a vastly expanded offering promising true co-operation, at the very least.