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A New Mythical Boss Added In Assassin’s Creed Odyssey; Appears To Be Undefeated

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For all of you mercenaries who are having hope for a bigger challenge in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Ubisoft have you covered under their umbrella. After originally declared as part of an amount of content updates, a new legendary creature is ready to be fought.

Players who have a high enough level (and are positive minded in their abilities as an assassin) can now challenge Arges, the deadly Cyclops. He’ll prove to be a great challenge, but making him lick the ground will reward you handsomely.

If you travel to the Volcanic Island at the Angry Caldera of Arges, you will be able to face the titular Cyclops himself. But be careful, as taking him down will be a very difficult task to do.

However, players are recommended to be at least level 50 to even think of launching attack to the monster, and even as at then, he will still prove to be undefeated. Hence, very difficult.

According to some players, they have already described him to be much more difficult than his predecessors, so if you really want to fight him, then you must be extraordinary ready to face what is coming your way.

Ubisoft haven't shied away from the more mythical elements of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. When it launched, high-level players could take on the most famous Gorgon of them all, Medusa.

Meanwhile we've already seen Assassin’s Creed Odyssey regular updates and widening following its launch, though it has been to mixed results.

Unfortunately, Ubisoft has been facing odd/awful discussed opinions after the release of the most recent DLC chapter. The publisher in the end sent out not one, but two apologies, though many are still upset.

Fortunate enough, this update should be much more universally accepted by players. And there’s still more content planned for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey throughout the year, so you have assorted of reasons to head back to Greece.

(Source: Twitter)

Total Round Up: Samsung Galaxy S10 Color Variants And Prices Leaked

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  1. Samsung Galaxy S10 Latest Leaks:
  2. Samsung Galaxy S10 Color Variants:
  3. Samsung Galaxy S10 Prices:
  4. Samsung Galaxy F (Foldable) Smartphone Price:
The leaks and rumors of Samsung's upcoming flagship never seize to end, it's not a new rumor to us that the Galaxy S10 is coming in three variants. Previously, we've come across some leaks which you won't like to hate.

As for the front facing selfie camera, we have seen what Samsung has in store for us with the punch hole camera, which appears to be touchable and of course, have some hidden features. On one hand, the feature looks alluring. While on the other hand looks like a crap, due to the fact that it may not come with flash, which simply means that the user will not take selfie in the dark/at night. Hence, we never can tell until Samsung unveils its Galaxy S10.

However, the Galaxy S10 is said to come with an in-display fingerprint scanner. This information could have not been believed if for the fact that the news came directly from Samsung's own Samsung pay which cleared all the doubts we were having earlier. At last, the long anticipated in-display fingerprint feature is here after a long wait of over two years.

And now, a new leak just reached our doorstep as the prices of the Galaxy S10 leaked. Based on the information we have, it turns out that the Galaxy S10 variants are much costlier than its predecessor. As for the colors, it will come in multiple color variants and thus, will be listed in this article as well.

What Are The Galaxy S10 Colors:

  • Galaxy S10 E/Lite: Black, White, Yellow, and Green.
  • Galaxy S10: Black, White, and Green. 
  • Galaxy S10 +: Black, White, Green + 2 special versions (but no ceramic).
Talking about the price of the Galaxy S10, it costs a kidney and thus much costlier than you just have expected but we hope that the prices will decrease in no distant time.

What Are The Prices Of Galaxy S10:

  • Galaxy S10 E/Lite (6/128 GB Storage): Costs 779 euros (Roughly $908).
  • Galaxy S10 (6/128 GB Storage): Costs 929 euros (Roughly $929).
  • Galaxy S10 (8/512 GB Storage): Costs 1179 euros (Roughly $1340).
  • Galaxy S10+ (6/128 GB Storage): Costs 1049 euros ( Roughly $1192).
  • Galaxy S10+ (8/512 GB Storage): Costs 1299 euros ($1476).
  • Galaxy S10+ (12/1 TB Storage): Costs 1599 euros (Roughly $1816).
Though the official price and details of the Galaxy S10 series will all be unveiled at Unpacked event which will be held in San Fransisco and thus, scheduled on the 20th February, 2019. Meanwhile, the global sales are expected to begin from March 8.

What Is Galaxy F (Foldable) Smartphone Price:

Additionally, the Galaxy F, foldable smartphone which is said to launch the same date with the Galaxy S10 series. According to the report, the new Galaxy foldable smartphone which is also known to be called the Galaxy F is likely to cost a whopping sum of euros 2,000.

Though we don't have enough evidence to prove that, so I'd advice you to take a sit and wait for the official launch date. However, it'll be very nice of you if you'd share your on view about the prices and the colors the Galaxy S10 will come with. At the meantime, make use of the comment box below to interact with us.

A Dodge Charger Hellcat Hybrid Could Restart The Muscle Car

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Truly, the rumor about what FCA and Dodge engineers planning to replace the Charger has been hovering for a long time now, considering the general tendency of the industry. Although big, often naturally-aspirated engines have a dear place in American automotive history, they’re less at home on modern dealership forecourts.

Meanwhile, it's high time for electrification to play a vital part, though will not affect the performance. Alternatively, it will be the other way around. The CEO of FCA, Mike Manley, however, told The Detroit News. Big, heavy, and gas-only are out.

“The reality is those platforms and that technology we used does need to move on,” he said. “They can’t exist as you get into the middle-2020s.”

Alternatively, Dodge is looking forward to bring both its architecture and its drivetrains bang up to date. Gone will be the bulky chassis that has lingered in the current-generation Charger since 2008. In its place will be something lighter, and which make future development easier for electric drive to play an important role.

“New technology is going to drive a load of weight out,” Manley predicts, “so we can think of the powertrains in a different way. And we can use electrification to really supplement those vehicles.”

It's not at all surprising that it'll not be all-electric. After all, while pure EVs like Tesla’s Model S have explained that doing away with internal combustion altogether need not also mean sacrificing speed, they’re also significantly more expensive than the value performance proposition that the Charger has historically represented. Alternatively, electric power will supplement a more traditional engine.

“I think that electrification will certainly be part of the formula that says what is American muscle in the future,” Manley argues. “What it isn’t going to be is a V-8, supercharged, 700-horsepower engine.”

One possibility is a twin-turbocharged V6 – still not small in engine terms, but surely smaller than the supercharged V8 in the Charger Hellcat Redeye – that has electric drive bolted on to give a surge of power when needed.

The instantaneous twist delivery of an EV motor can surely help with cutting 0-60 mph times, as electric drag racers have ably explained along with production cars like the Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo.

However, Dodge’s biggest challenge might probably be philosophical instead of technological. After all, big capacity engines are a mainstay of American muscle cars, and persuading drivers that a hybrid version has the same charm may need some skillful advertising.

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Yakuza Kiwami Coming Out On Steam On Feb. 19

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Yakuza Kiwami is a popular game that has already been released for PS4, hence, now updated. While PS4 has received it already, it has at last received an official released date on steam too.

Previously, Sega had announced Yakuza Kiwami for PC, but at the same time, the release date is still not known to us. After the fans must have waited for a while, they have cleverly dropped the release date in a new animated GIF which was quickly spotted by eagle-eyed fans. The game is however said to be out on the 19th of February this year.

Meanwhile, the announcement of Yakuza Kiwami release date shouldn't take you by surprise, since the store page was updated recently. As it is, the game should follow the steps of Yakuza 0, which was also launched on Steam last year and it was the first Yakuza game to release on PC.

However, Yakuza Kiwami is an updated version of the first Yakuza game that launched on the PS2. It was completely remade in the new Yakuza 0 engine for the PS3 and PS4. Sega later localized and released it in the West but the PC port was announced later along with the announcement of Yakuza 0.

The story, however, directly continues from its predecessor so for those who want to play these games in their intended order should enjoy Yakuza Kiwami.

Resident Evil 2 Review Unveiled

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While we anticipate the Resident Evil 2 review on Tuesday being 22nd of January, you'll be able to see what judgement the specialists has given about the game.

The first review given to Resident Evil 2 was issued by Famitsu, which almost awarded it with a perfect score. Meanwhile, the embargo for the reviews well drop tomorrow as confirmed on a tweet by Metacritic.

This, however, means that Capcom has granted permission to critics to share their ideas regarding to the game three days before the official launch date.

Resident Evil 2 has received a shot Demo, that is a limited time demo available on the digital storefronts for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. This demo is however, authorized only to just one playthrough and 30 minutes, so, only few people managed to complete it.

Hence, there's a workaround for it on PC, while on the other hand, no other decent way to perform this trick on consoles. Also, Resident Evil 2 is a total remark of the original game that launched on PS1.

As a cult classic, it has a lot of hype behind it because it featured the release of two of the most popular series lead: Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield.

Regardless of the fact that the game is out early and will be released officially on Friday, being the 25th of January. Nevertheless, If you have waited so patiently for a long time now, I don't see any hard thing in waiting just a little bit more to get the game once it unveils this week.

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Samsung Pay Confirms Galaxy S10 To Arrive With In-display Fingerprint Scanner

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The rumors and leaks of Galaxy S10 seems unending, drawing more closer to the unveiling date make the leaks rampant. However, Samsung’s upcoming flagship is shaping up to be actually a mixed package.

On one hand, is where you will see some of the latest mobile technologies all packed in one, while on the other hand is where you will also see the new thing everyone loves to hate, am talking about the the punch hole camera. Hence, the punch camera is touchable and has a hidden feature.

But leaving behind that controversial design for now, there is at least some good news or better still, the confirmation of good news. The Galaxy S10 will truly arrive with an in-display fingerprint scanner, Meanwhile, this information has been proven to be true. Thanks to Samsung's own Samsung Pay app for the proof.

Samsung has been rather kind with its clues lately. It has been, knowingly or not, adding hints in its firmware updates, even if said features don’t have anything to do with the phone it’s being installed on. Such is the case for Samsung Pay whose code detailed mentions an in-display fingerprint scanner.

According to the sleuths at XDA, the latest Samsung Pay app ads code that detects what kind of fingerprint scanner the phone has. The reason is that if there’s an in-display sensor, Samsung Pay has to shift its UI up to make way for the fingerprint scanner indicator at the bottom of the screen.

And now, the question is — how are they sure that it’s for the Galaxy S10? It's simply because the code also made mention of the Galaxy S10 codename. Sadly, that same codename is shared among all variants so there’s no assurance which one is he pointing at specifically. Let's take for instance, the Galaxy S10 Lite, which is not expected to have such a sensor.

It has been over two years since the hovering rumor of Samsung integrating the in-display fingerprint scanner – and at last, here it comes with the launch of Galaxy S10. It might not be all that it’s cut out to be. While Samsung is expected to use Qualcomm’s ultrasonic technology, there are now hovering rumors which says that such a sensor won’t work properly with screen protectors.

Anthem On PS4 Pro And Xbox One X Will Run Below 1080 And 60 FPS

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Anthem is said to launch later in February, it will be available only for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.  It was originally showed off running at native 4K on the Xbox One X but the frame rate was limited to just 30 FPS.

However, Bioware has confirmed the resolution and frame rate for Anthem on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. According to a tweet by @RonnieBennett_ on Twitter, he asked @GambleMike if “anthem will run on ps4 pro and Xbox one x at 1080 60fps?

In response to the question asked to @GambleMike, he said “No, we’ve prioritized visuals. We can look at prioritizing frame rate maybe as future thing.”

However, this clearly indicates that there won’t be any support for 60 FPS on these platforms. If we remove them from the equation, there is no chance it can do the same on the regular PS4 and Xbox One, so basically, the game will run at 30 FPS like Destiny from Bungie.

As for the resolution of Anthem on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, Bioware has already stated that they will both support 4K. In the case of the Xbox One X, we might be able to see a resolution of native 4K just like Red Dead Redemption 2.

Meanwhile, it is possible that they will settle on a different method to render at 4K like a dynamic resolution or checkerboard rendering method in PS4.

Anthem resolution and the frame rate will probably be 1080p and below for the regular PS4 and Xbox One. It is possible that Bioware ends up downgrading Anthem in a noticable way for these platforms since it seems quite ambitious for them.

The game will still look great, however, if you want the best experience, playing it on PC will be a way out, followed by the PS4 Pro and then, Xbox One X.
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