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Fortnite to premiere a scene from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker next week

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This is fantastic news for all Fortnite and Star Wars fans. The popular battle royale game will host a special event to premiere a scene from the new Star Wars movie: The Rise of Skywalker.

With this partnership between Disney and Epic Games, players will be given the opportunity. Fortnite to see in advance a portion of the new movie of the saga created by George Lucas.

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Event will take place next Saturday, day 14 December

This scene will be shown next day 14 from December. This will take place at the Risky Reels cinema on Fortnite Island, and the doors will open at 18: 30 Lisbon time.

If you are interested in watching this scene from the new Star Wars movie , you will not have to worry about your enemies. It has been confirmed that all sorts of combat will be banned from this special event.

So if you’re looking forward to what J. J. Abrams prepared for the ninth movie of the saga, this will be the perfect opportunity. It should be noted that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will debut in Portugal on December 19. )

This is not the first time Fortnite promotes works of the seventh art.

Fortnite has been associated with some of the most popular films. popular of the time. The Epic Games game promoted the movie Wreck-It Ralph when it was released to theaters.

We also have the release of some skins at the premiere of Avengers: Endgame, one of the films. most anticipated from 2019. Most recently, we had the case of a Stormtrooper’s skin launch and the arrival of the Star Destroyer on the island at the launch of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

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The Mediatek Helio G85 SoC is the new mobile chip for every mid-range user. Here’s why

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MediaTek has been making smartphone processors for more than 15 years and has developed many different series of chipsets over the years but recently found itself in mobile gaming space last year with a dedicated lineup of chipsets all aimed at mid-range mobile gamers.

The MediaTek Helio G90T was the flagship in the lineup and debuted with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro, followed by the Helio G80 and the Helio G70 SoCs. Now, the chip company has unveiled its latest entry dubbed the MediaTek Helio G85. Part of the G series, the processor is designed with gaming and online streaming in mind.

We all have found ouselves in this scenario whereby we run out of battery life while streaming our favourite movie series online or playing catch for the very next chicken dinner. Lol…who haven’t

Mediatek Helio G85 processor for mid-range users

Now, the fabless chip manufacturer has moved a step down to introduce a chip that just about arrests all these with promise of better battery management even on your self-dubbed mid-range device.

According to Xiaomi at Redmi Note 9 launch event, the MediaTek Helio G85, is “Made for everyday gamers” and just about every mid-range smartphone user. It comes with the 2+6 core arrangement where there are two Cortex-A75 cores clocked at up to 2.0GHz and six Cortex-A55 cores. Though as of now, the clock speeds for the Cortex-A55 cores is unknown.

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The Mediatek G85 SoC powered Redmi Note 9 scores trumped the Snapdragon and Exynos devices

However, Xiaomi did share some benchmarks at the launch event which pegged the Helio G85-powered Redmi Note 9 beat the Snapdragon 665 and the Exynos 9611, both of which power devices in the ₦85000- ₦95000 price range in Nigeria market.

Further, MediaTek had announced that it will enable YouTube video streams using the cutting-edge AV1 video codec on the MediaTek Dimensity 1000 5G SoC. The company says as the AV1 codec has improved compression efficiency, the processor will give users “incredible visual quality and smoother video experiences, while using less data.”

As a mid-range user and in this day and age where a lot of the media consumption takes place on the phone, the implementation will be quite useful as users will be using less battery with the same amount of video streaming.

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Artificial intelligence couldn’t find diamonds in Minecraft

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MineRL is a competition created this year with a very straightforward challenge: teams must create artificial intelligence that can find diamonds in the popular Minecraft. A task that requires some preparation and knowledge of the game.

The quickest way to find diamonds is to find some existing cave and explore it. Diamonds are most abundant in the twelfth layer of earth in the game. There are several methods for digging and exploring but unfortunately none of the 660 artificial intelligence could find diamonds.

For a single player Normally, finding diamonds first requires building the tools necessary to dig underground. To do this, you must first cut down trees, create wooden tools, find stone to create more effective picks or axes, and venture into the underworld.

The challenge seems to have been the resources available to teach. the artificial intelligences. MineRL teams had about 1000 game hours, a basic Nvidia graphics and a 4-day period to train bots to find diamonds effectively.

Artificial intelligence dominated in chess and Dota 2

In previous competitions of the genre, artificial intelligence was put to play chess or the popular MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) Dota 2. On many occasions, artificial intelligences have easily managed to defeat human players, or even entire teams.

In any case, the difficulties encountered by bots reflect the advance that artificial intelligences still have. to complete. Artificial intelligences found success in the past when their goals were as clear as winning a chess game or learning how to defeat a team in combat.

However, the challenge of finding diamonds in Minecraft proved too abstract. to the bots. Who knows, with the advancement of technology we will not have artificial intelligence pretending to be YouTubers by Minecraft.

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