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Meet the Titan V. Powered by NVIDIA's Volta tech, the company said is the "the world's most powerful GPU for the PC." With 110 teraflops of power (9x more than the previous Titan), this $3,000 card isn't built for gamers. Instead, it's aimed at scientists and researchers working on "AI, deep learning and high performance computing."
At last night's PlayStation Presentation Sony had several announcements (MediEvil is coming back), but we're focusing on its VR news. Early next year the Wipeout Omega Collection will get an update for PlayStation VR, while a free VR demo for The Last Guardian is due to arrive on December 12th. There's also a 4v4 squad shooter for VR called Firewall Zero Hour.
We're betting there's something you'll notice in the trailer for Alita: Battle Angel. After years of development, this Robert Rodriguez-directed anime adaptation starring Rose Salazar and Christoph Waltz will debut next year.
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