March 23, 2023

Tor Go Devil

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PC gaming in 2022 – the next frontier

In all the years we’ve been playing the best PC games, 2022 has by far been the weirdest year. Not only are things like ray tracing and AI-accelerated supersampling industry-wide buzzwords, but huge hardware shortages have made the hobby more expensive than it’s ever been. And because the world of PC gaming is in such a strange place, we thought it’d be a good time to take a look into the future and try to guess what PC gaming will look like in the coming year. 

And it looks like 2022 is going to be a pretty exciting year – new graphics cards and a whole lineup of games that won’t be hampered by the last-generation consoles, the PS4 and Xbox One.

Frustration could come hand in hand with that excitement, though, especially if you’ve been mashing your F5 key in hopes of getting a new graphics card, only for new ones to come out before you can buy an RTX 3080 at a reasonable price. Who knows – indie games could become even more popular on PC. 

RTX 3080

(Image credit: Future)

Please give us more graphics cards 

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