Now that it’s finally time to take Old Man 2020 out back and put a kindly bullet in the back of his head, it’s also time to take stock of what happened this year in the world of PC gaming, and what it might mean for us in the years ahead. It was the year game conventions went online and game companies started to normalize working from home. PC gaming won the console war, and the reward for that victory was the promise of more formerly exclusive Sony games coming to our platform. Companies that once seemed coated in teflon, like Blizzard and CD Projekt Red, made decisions that alienated some of their most devoted fans. The Oculus Quest 2 made virtual reality more attainable, and shortages made graphics cards less attainable. And that’s just skimming the surface of an eventful 12 months.Here are some of the events of 2020 we think will have significant impacts on the future of PC gaming. Like all predictions, there’s a risk that something completely unexpected might come along and drastically alter everything we think we know, but what are the odds of that happening two years in a row? Pretty slim, right? Please say the… Read full this story
- Games shine a spotlight on future sporting stars
- Offaly-based ticketing firm taking their 'game-changing' system of the future further afield
- Netball squad take silver at first ever School Games event
- EA cancels other eSports events in wake of Jacksonville shooting
- PS5 Games UPDATE: Release Date news suggest Avengers PS4 game could come to PlayStation 5
- Asiad sees counties take part in events from athletics to Pro Evolution Soccer
- Summer Youth Olympic Games 2018 explained
- Joe Hendry: 'I want to be IMPACT World Champion and an MMA star'
- Top 2020 Democrats missing in Iowa but working backchannel
- Meet the British woman taking surfing into the future
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