AMD raises its head and confirms more games for its new FSR 3.0 with Cyberpunk 2077 as a great bulwark

A little less than a week ago we told you that AMD would debut FSR 3.0 in two of the worst rated Triple-A games of 2023. The news, of course, left no one indifferent. Fortunately, It didn’t take long for him to react, because they have just confirmed the next games in which they will include their new optimization technology. Most of them have a significant reputation and/or are relatively expected by users.

In this way, FSR 3.0 will reach several very interesting titles. It is strange, yes, that they have not yet said anything about Starfield, since the brand closed an exclusivity agreement with Bethesda leaving NVIDIA out of the equation at the request of the developer itself. It is certainly something strange, although we understand that they will announce it shortly.

AMD will add FSR 3.0 to Cyberpunk 2077, among other games

Be that as it may, it goes little by little. With its latest announcement, AMD has confirmed that FSR 3.0 will be implemented in the following games:

  • Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth
  • Black Myth: Wukong
  • crimson desert
  • cyberpunk 2077
  • frostpunk 2
  • Warhammer 40K: Space Marine 2
  • Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

The first three will arrive in 2024So it made sense for FSR 3.0 to be available from day one. For its part, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will be released shortly, so we don’t know what to expect, but it is quite possible that it will land on PC with AMD technology due to another agreement with Ubisoft. In the others, it is expected to be implemented gradually.

Finally, we hope that —little by little— the company will give new names, since, although the list begins to be more interesting, a greater effort is required to have a real impact in the long term. Definitely, Starfield is one of the most important in that sense, but we can’t do much more; have to wait.


Mercadona raises the price of home delivery after 20 years. It’s to “cover costs”

You go to the supermarket, fill the shopping cart and tell them to send it home. Mercadona’s home delivery service is a great option for those who don’t want to be burdened, but now the chain has decided to apply changes.

Following the widespread price escalation, Mercadona has raised the price of its home delivery service. As the company explains, the price of this service had not changed in the last 20 years but now they have had to raise it to “cover the costs of the service.” An increase in the cost foreseeably derived from the price of energy, transport and personnel.

Suddenly, some users have seen how the price they traditionally paid to take their purchase home has risen.

A user from the Basque Country has pointed out that the cost of the home service will rise from 3 August from 4.21 euros to 6.50 euros, regardless of the purchase price. The user complains that other supermarkets such as Carrefour or El Corte Inglés have this free service for purchases over 100 euros.

Mercadona has a home delivery service from the store itself at a price that starts at 4.21 euros, but from the company’s website they explain that the final cost depends on each geographical area. The service is not present in all stores and they usually apply a maximum of 10 kilometers from the store to the customer’s home.

It should be noted that the price of home delivery from the store is lower than from the online page. Directly from the Mercadona website it has a price of 7.21 euros and a minimum order of 50 euros.

Deliveries of the home service from the store are usually delivered the day after the purchase. The rise in prices of this service has started to be applied since the end of Julybeing its progressive implementation depending on each area.

Mercadona is in the midst of applying strategy changes, such as its rental of premises. After two decades where home delivery was a constant, now customers have seen a price increase.