jacobvandy wrote on Apr 28, 2020, 23:09:
If you have an Epic account, obviously they have your email address already... So just use that or an auth app of your choice to get a 6 digit code verification whenever a new device is detected at login. It should be on by default, IMO, especially with how big of a target Fortnite paints on you.
You shouldn't ever use SMS verification for anything, that is by far the worst option because all the attacker needs is your phone number to intercept that code. Meanwhile you have a false sense of security and never see it coming until it's too late.
Today also marks the launch of PC Cross-Play, which allows you to play the Steam version of Borderlands 3 with players on other PC platforms. Thanks to some exciting new SHiFT matchmaking functionality, Borderlands 3 PC players can add friends to their Friends Lists, join co-op parties, and play together online regardless of which PC platform each player is using.
Steele Johnson wrote on Jul 28, 2019, 23:00:
Who are the suckers buying Youngblood? That game is abysmal! Who allowed those shit devs to release a game like that and call it Wolfenstein? What a disgrace and an insult to pc gamers.
Osc8r wrote on Jul 23, 2019, 18:08:
Snapped up a Rog Strix 2080ti yesterday at 35% off, primarily due to how quiet it functions and in preparation for my next purchase... a 3440 X 1440 120hz WQHD ultrawide monitor (my 980ti struggles at 1440p these days).
So this news is good for me at least, but not unexpected due to the performance of the other Super cards and the 2080S Final Fantasy benchmark leak from a few days back.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Jun 11, 2019, 22:15:
The ~3 people per country who have the computer to run Cyberpunk 2077 at decent framerates with ray tracing enabled will be ecstatic.
I know I know, future proofing, planning for release and post release computer stats, etc.