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This week in gaming july 10

Another week, another roundup of top gaming stories. See our favorite news stories from the last 7 days.

This week, the Red Team announced their latest product, the AMD Ryzen 4000G. As part of the ongoing battle between the two chipmakers, these new integrated graphics will challenge Intel's i79700. Pricing has yet to be announced, but we estimate they will reach around $ 150 when released. AMD

releases Ryzen 4000 GS series, equipped with Radeon graphics

AMD Ryzen 4000G series: where to buy and how much?

After five years of car football fun, the Rocket League announced that it will be free to play. Although we have not been informed of the date of this change, it will be released simultaneously with the title on the Epic Games Store. If you have already purchased this game with cash, you won't miss it completely. The game owner will be granted the status of "Legend" and will receive a large number of exclusive in-game merchandise.

Rocket League will become FreeToPlay

later this summer. This week we asked an important question as to why the upcoming UFC 4 championship will not be available on PC. EA usually offers its sports games to PC gamers, but for whatever reason, it doesn't. What is Expert Advisor? Why are you making us so dirty? In any case, our news editor Lewie is trying to learn more about this in the next article this week.

Why can't EA Sports UFC 4 log into PC?

We like a lot of WePC discounts and we always follow Amazon to see what we can get. This week one of our Hawkeye team found a lot about the Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 32GB 3000MHz DDR4 DRAM. A bite, yes, but it's also a good deal, because Amazon dropped the price to just over $ 100, a sweet $ 50 discount.

Amazon cuts the RAM in Crucial Ballistix sports games to $ 104 (32GB

). The last 12 months have been a hell of a ride for AMD. In July 2019, they released the flagship AMD Ryzen 3000 series, which really brought the heat to Intel. We reviewed all the great versions from AMD last year.

AMD Advance Year: 20192020

Sabrent is no stranger to the first global launch of new technologies. It seems that their latest products have done it again. Found on Amazon, this impressive SSD definitely caught our eye. The speed seems too good to be true and their prices match them, but if this list turns out to be legit, it could be very exciting.

Sabrent released the world's first 4TB PCIe 4.0 M.2 drive

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