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HDR1000, QHD resolution and 240Hz: Meet the new AGON PRO AG274QZM

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HDR1000, QHD resolution and 240Hz: Meet the new AGON PRO AG274QZM

Speed, color or detail? What specification attracts you the most in a monitor? If you answered all three, then the new AGON PRO AG274QZM offers comprehensive performance for enthusiast gamers.

The 27″ panel features IPS MiniLED technology with 576 dimming zones, which promises a wide palette of colors and contrasts, and that’s the secret to earning VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification. AGON PRO AG274QZM also offers 1.07 billion colors and QHD 2560x resolution. 1440 resolution plus 1ms GtG.

In addition to gaming performance, AGON PRO AG274QZM is also a practical device with a prestigious Red Dot Design Awards 3-sided bezel-less design. Precisely as a practical monitor, its 65W USB-C port provides additional flexibility when it comes to charging your laptop without having to carry chargers around.

In terms of prestige design, the new AGON is not without a gamer’s daring with Light FX RGB taillights that can be synchronized with other AOC AGON equipment to guarantee a more immersive experience.

AGON PRO AG274QZM will be available from June 2022 at a suggested price of 1299.90 euros, which suits your ambition.

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Phobia – St. Dinfna Hotel received a release date

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Phobia - St.  Dinfna Hotel received a release date

The wait is over. Pulsatrix Studios announced today (17) that Phobia – Hotel St. Dinfn will be released June 28 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and PC. Inspired by franchises like Resident Evil, this game is one of the most promising Brazilian games today and one of the most anticipated releases of the year.

Published by Maximum Games, the new Pulsatrix game will focus on horror and puzzle-solving, promising to delight fans of the survival horror genre. Apart from the release date, the developers have also unveiled a new gameplay trailer that showcases various moments from the game and presents all the tension of the game. Check it out below.

More about Phobia – Hotel St. Dinfna

Phobia takes inspiration from the great survival horror franchise and draws inspiration from Resident Evil and also takes a lot from PT Silent Hills but also looks for elements in other horror titles. Even success from outside the world gamessuch as “The Shining” and “Rosemary’s Baby” provided inspiration for the Brazilian game.

Even though it is a survival horror that includes horror, the game developed in Unreal Engine does not make action one of its main features, it will also contain similar moments to make the gameplay even more interesting. Using mechanics already established and well-known in the genre, Phobia also tries to be authentic with some elements such as a camera that promises to be a differential. At Oficina da Net, we interviewed the COO and Art Director of Pulsatrix to find out more about the game, you can check it out at the link below.

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Artists unite and show the power of Unreal Engine 5 in a fantastic video

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Artists unite and show the power of Unreal Engine 5 in a fantastic video

The new graphics engine from the creator of Epic Games is called Unreal Engine 5 and is currently the most popular in this segment. The latest information indicates that over 100 studios develop their games on this graphics platform, but we still have a lot to learn about its potential.

So now a group of artists have come together and created an amazing video demonstrating the full power of Unreal Engine 5. So come take a look and draw your own conclusions.


Powerful graphics engine Unreal Engine 5 from Epic Games

If you have heard about the new Unreal Engine 5 graphics engine, but have not yet fully understood what this tool is capable of, then you are reading the right article.

Quixel, a creative and 3D art product company, recently completed a project called "Ninety days in Unreal Engine 5". Basically, the idea was to invite some artists to create real-time environments over the course of a few days. The project has evolved, and last week the company presented the result of over 40 environments created in Unreal Engine 5 with powerful and incredible video.

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According to the company, "The Ninety Days project started with just three main artists and a simple concept: make something beautiful and inspiring, keep it in real time, and if possible create every environment in just three days."A few days later, other artists were invited to the project, even from Epic Games.

To accomplish this work, the artists took advantage of some of Quixel's tools, such as the Megascans library, to create high-quality content in a more efficient and easier way.

Quixel and Epic Games product strategist and lead artist Victor Oman noted that the project is very important in terms of learning, and even said that "I feel like I added more skills and tools to my resume during the Ninenta Diaz project than in the last five years of my career.".

For his part, Alec Tucker, Cinematic Environments Artist also at Quixel and Epic Games, said environment creation was fast and interactive thanks to Unreal Engine 5 and Quixel Megascans assets.

You can view all the images created for the project through the Unreal Engine 5 graphics engine. Here.

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