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Recently, there has been a bit of scare surrounding brand new high-end hardware in the latest Closed Beta release for an upcoming and highly anticipated MMORPG, New World. Namely, some users were reporting the game had bricked their expensive RTX 3090 GPUs, rendering them useless.
A warning is going round for any users who own an RTX 3090 graphics card and planning to play the recently released Closed Beta for the upcoming MMORPG from Amazon known as New World. As it turns out, some users have been reporting issues that end up bricking their GPU, rendering it unusable.
Amazon’s upcoming Fantasy MMO New World has once again been delayed, but this time with a more concrete idea of when it will actually release. In a new blog post, the developers revealed why they have delayed it again, but also revealed that a Closed Beta will begin this Summer.
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Amazon has been fairly slow to get into the video game market since the announcement of Amazon Games a number of years ago but, amid all the cancelled projects and false starts, MMORPG New World will be coming to PC through in May 2020. 
And Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, only this time you had half a million people on Twitch at all times, staring at a black hole and trying to decipher some sort of meaning.
Patience has had to be preached by Respawn in the eight months since Apex Legends shadow dropped into our hearts but it looks as if that patience is about to be rewarded. 
Over at Amazon, they’re busy using all of that tax avoidance cash to develop their own in-house games, including the ambitious-sounding New World, an MMORPG set in a supernatural 17th-century world. Developed on Amazon’s Lumberyard game engine, which is itself forked from CryEngine, New World is already quite the looker in new gameplay footage, even at this early stage.
Amazon has revealed some of the first in-engine screenshots from New World, its hugely ambitious upcoming sandbox MMORPG. New World is going to be powered by Amazon’s own Lumberyard Engine, a spin-off from CryEngine that should help lend the MMO some graphical oomph.
Creative Assembly and Sega are now the owners of a rather dubious world record - Total War: Warhammer 2 fastest cracked Denuvo title ever. The ambitious strategy sequel set in Games Workshop’s Warhammer Fantasy universe launched yesterday on PC, and yet within 24 hours it’s already been busted open by crackers.
Another day, another Total War: Warhammer 2 trailer, or at least that’s how it feels. Still, we’re chugging towards its September 28th launch at a rate of knots now, so who are we to begrudge Creative Assembly some fun. This time around we’re taking a look at the New World of Total War: Warhammer II, a new continent which stretches from the jungle city of Hexoatl to the Elven haven of Lothern.