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Dying Light 2 Developer Techland Reveals Ridiculous System Requirements

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Dying Light 2 is easily one of the most highly anticipated releases of the coming year and Techland have just revealed the system requirements for the game. From the looks of it, players should be able to run the game on Low preset at 1080p with a decent NVIDIA GTX 1050i, however, even with an RTX 3080, it looks like the highest players can push the resolution and FPS is 1080p @60fps.

The norm for major AAA titles in the current generation is to allow the game to run 4K at 60fps, and in some cases, 120fps (at reduced resolution). This is exactly why the game recommending an absurdly powerful RTX 3080 to run the game at 1080p feels kind of weird.

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Dying Light 2 system requirements feel kind of weird

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Typically, an RTX 3080 doesn’t make it onto the ‘Recommended’ section of the system requirements page, but even if it does, it’s usually able to go beyond offering Full HD gaming. Dying Light 2 may very well be one of the best-looking games ever, but the fact that both the RTX 2070 and the 3080 play the game at the same resolution does seem a bit awkward.

For one, the jump in the performance of the two GPUs is pretty dramatic. Which should essentially mean that that the game plays far better on the RTX 3080 than it does on 2070, but it looks like that will not be the case, as the only difference is Low and High RT presets. If it takes a massive RTX 3080 to play the game on 1080p with everything else set to High, one can only imagine what in the world could possibly run the game at 4K, if it can do so at all.

Perhaps Dying Light 2 could set a dangerous new precedent, where to get the best out of a game, players are going to have to shell a boatload of cash for a massive GPU like the RTX 3080. From what Techland has shown of Dying Light 2 so far, it looks like a pretty solid game and a technical masterpiece, but the system requirements do seem a bit concerning at this point.

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Just Corseca Ray K’anabis smartwatch with Bluetooth calling launched for Rs. 8,999

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Just Corseca, a consumer electronic company, has launched a new salt-water resistant smartwatch – Ray K’anabis. With this device, the company targets athletes, hikers, and others.

The smartwatch features a unibody design that can be inundated in water to 1.5 meters for half an hour, claims the company. The device can display the sports data, view your pace, distance, as well as your exercise route map.

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The watch also comes with features like music control, camera control, find my phone, and others.

Just Corseca Ray K’anabis specification

  • 1.28-inch Full HD IPS 240×240 pixel resolution
  • Hi-Fi calling function
  • Blood pressure, Blood saturation tracker, Heart rate monitor, Menstrual cycle, Drink water reminder, and dedicated Multiple Sports modes.
  • Built-in microphone and speaker
  • 400mAh lithium polymer battery (10-15 days of normal usage, and 20 days of standby time.)

Available in two colors — Black and Green, Just Corseca Ray K’anabis is priced at Rs. 8,999 and available for purchase at all online and offline stores.

Commenting on the launch, Ritesh Goenka, Group MD, Just Corseca, said:

The smartwatch industry is fast-paced and registering a growth of 110 per cent YoY in 2021, And, Just Corseca aspires to be in the top league. With this new range of smartwatches, we are confident of yet again meeting the customers’ expectations and replicating the success story in the Indian market. The product would have the same functionality as a standard Just Corseca watch but with extra salt-water resistance. The latest Just Corseca watch models are salt-water resistant to 1.5 meters for half an hour.

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Micromax In Note 2 4G Launching in India on January 25

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Micromax is gearing up to launch a new smartphone in the Indian market. The Micromax In Note 2 will launch in India on January 25. The company has confirmed the launch date of its upcoming handset via its official Twitter handle. Apart from the launch date, the teaser published by Micromax also reveals the design and colour variants of the In Note 2. Lets take a closer look at the Micromax In Note 2, and what we know so far.

Micromax In Note 2 to be Sold via Flipkart

The Micromax IN Note 2 will have a “Dazzling Glass finish,” according to the tweet. While the company has not revealed any specifications of the device, it does appear to have a glass back. The teaser gives us the first look at the In Note 2, revealing a punch-hole display with narrow bezels on three sides and a fairly large chin.

The phone will be sold via Flipkart, and the design resembles the Samsung Galaxy S21 series in certain aspects. The In Note 2 may arrive in two colours blue and brown, feature what appears to be a quad-camera setup and the ‘in’ branding at the rear.

While we do not have any more information regarding the phone right now, we may see some more details regarding the smartphone as it is inching closer to launch.

The predecessor, the Micromax In Note 1 features a 6.67-inch Full HD+ IPS display with a maximum brightness of 450nits and a 21:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, the phone has the MediaTek Helio G85 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage.

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The handset boasts a quad-camera setup comprising of a 48MP main sensor, a 5MP wide-angle lens, a 2MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth shooter. On the front, there’s a 16MP shooter for selfies and video calling. The Micromax In Note 1 packs in a 5,000mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging.

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