TRAILER | PS4, Xbox One Friday, February 22, 2019 | 6:50 PM
Dead or Alive 6 gets demo ahead of launch

Ahead of its launch next week, Dead or Alive 6 gets a free demo today until February 25 that lets players try every 24 characters in tutorial, offline and online modes.

TRAILER | PC, PS4, Xbox One Thursday, February 21, 2019 | 9:37 PM
The Division 2: Endgame Trailer

Ubisoft shares a glimpse at the endgame of Tom Clancy's The Division 2 and its content with this new trailer. Open beta will run March 1-4.

GSY VIDEO | PC, PS4, Xbox One Tuesday, February 19, 2019 | 8:45 PM
DiRT Rally 2 back already

Now we have had a bit more time to play DiRT Rally 2, we find the handling excellent overall (with a gamepad, our wheel still causes performance issues in the game for some reasons). The different stages we've tried are much more interesting than those of DiRT 4 and they can even look pretty good. The more powerful your car is, the more difficult it is to drive and even the American stages gave us a bit of a hard time with the old Subaru (something we never experienced in the boring US stages of DiRT 4). Enjoy the few videos we have for you today, we're taking you to New Zealand, the US and Argentina.

GSY VIDEO | PC, PS4, Xbox One Monday, February 18, 2019 | 9:40 PM
DiRT Rally 2 and its 4K Australia

The reviews for DiRT Rally 2 have started to pop out but since we were only sent our code today, all we have for you is a first gameplay video. As you can imagine, we had no time to practice, so the following video is more or less our first attempt at the full stage you're about to see. Because our Fanatec wheel (CSL Elite for PS4) seems to cause performance issues, we had to play with our Xbox One Elite controller, but thankfully, gameplay seems to have been really polished for gamepads. Sound engines are also very impressive overall from what we've heard so far, but we can't help but find the visuals and lighting dated. What do you think?

TRAILER | PC, PS4, Xbox One Monday, February 18, 2019 | 8:18 PM
R6S unveils Operation Burnt Horizon

Year 4 of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege will start first by taking players to the Australian outback with a new map and two new operators: Mozzie and Gridlock from the Australian Special Air Service Regiment (SASR) Platoon. Server Test will be available February 18th, images and trailers inside.

GSY PREVIEW | Switch Monday, February 18, 2019 | 3:00 PM
Preview Videos - Yoshi's Crafted World

We had a chance to discover Yoshi's Crafted World a few days ago and today we can share with you these few minutes of gameplay.

GSY VIDEO | PC, PS4, Xbox One Monday, February 18, 2019 | 2:30 PM
Anthem: Day 2

Second day of our PC coverage of Anthem (we're hoping to receive an Xbox One version of the game later) with 3 more videos showing some of the early missions/contracts. Gameplay is undeniably fun with traversal mechanics that work very well with the level design, but there are still some odd choices in the way the game design has been been (or the menus have been made). For now, we're having a pretty good time playing Bioware's new title, but it still remains to be seen if it will manage to keep players interested in the long run. As for us, we hope the structure of the missions will vary a bit more when we progress into the game, and that the (gorgeous) environments will also manage to surprise us until the end.

GSY VIDEO | PC Sunday, February 17, 2019 | 8:50 PM
Metro Exodus RTX comparison videos

Ray tracing obviously adds a lot to visual fidelity in terms of lighting, but it's also quite a demanding technology which can affect performance dramatically. With everything else Metro Exodus does to push the hardware in the extreme preset, it's not surprising to see that capping the framerate at 30 fps does not even guarantee it will remain steady in 4K in some areas of the game. We've prepared a comparative video showcasing RTX with DLSS off. Enjoy!
Update: 4 videos added, among which one new comparison between RTX High and no RTX and a 1440p/60fps video in ultra and RTX set to high.

GSY VIDEO | PC, PS4, Xbox One Saturday, February 16, 2019 | 7:55 PM
Anthem 4K videos on PC

Anthem is available to all those who have subscribed to EA Access, so we finally put our money down to try the game ourselves. Since Gamersyde has never been high profile enough to be on EA's safe list for early reviews, we didn't have much of a choice if we wanted to be able to share videos before everyone starts playing the game. The following footage was recorded in borderless mode with ultra settings. Our RTX 2080 Ti still struggles a bit to maintain a steady framerate, but it's not too bad considering the resolution and all the effects on screen.

GSY VIDEO | PC, Xbox One Saturday, February 16, 2019 | 3:30 PM
Crackdown 3 4K mayhem at 60 fps

Until davton finds the time to capture some Xbox One X gameplay and a new HDR video, here's some 4K action in the PC version of Crackdown 3. Despite it's many shortcomings, the game remains fun to play, but we find it hard to forgive its 2007 design - and its stuttering problems...
Update: As our videos had severe sound issues, we recorded some new 4K gameplay with extreme graphics settings.

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