Intel® Arc™ Game On Driver for RoboCop: Rogue City, STAR OCEAN THE SECOND STORY R, and More!

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Intel® Game On Drivers deliver the best experience for gamers playing on Intel Graphics with optimized launch-day patches and performance updates as new games release.

Dish out unrestrained justice in RoboCop: Rogue City or choose strong allies on an exciting planet in STAR OCEAN THE SECOND STORY R. Sci-fi aside, today’s Game On Drivers also supports Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name, The Talos Principle 2, and updates to Fortnite and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III.

RoboCop: Rogue City

Become the unstoppable part man, part machine, all cop instrument of justice. Old Detroit is drowning in a wave of crime — follow your Prime Directives to serve the public, protect the innocent, and uphold the law. RoboCop: Rogue City unleashes the humanity-bending cyborg and his trusty Auto-9 pistol on a gritty new conflict. Will you keep citizens safe while serving justice by any means necessary?

A cinematic world modernizes the story of Alex Murphy for today’s PCs. Thugs will cower in the “silver freak’s” radiant bulletproof armor, while the innocent take cover. Omni Consumer Products returns as the benefactor behind RoboCop, but their motives are as shrouded in shadow as the dirty streets. Hanging smoke of arcades and run-down criminal hideouts are pierced by blinding neon, perfectly capturing the feeling of high-tech low-life 80s glam. What could make this gripping experience even more authentic? Voiceover by none other than Peter Weller, the original RoboCop actor.

Even seasoned officers need a sidekick. Delete digital delinquents with Intel Arc graphics as your trusted companion, powered up with this week’s Game On drivers. The Intel Arc A750 patrols RoboCop: Rogue City at 1080p High at an acceptable 45 FPS, but just like the man behind the metallic visor, a touch of artificial intelligence can make a big difference. Activate XeSS in Performance mode to accelerate the game 40% faster to a smooth 63 FPS.

RoboCop: Rogue City confronts Detroit’s criminal underworld today, available on Steam.


A groundbreaking RPG is back to touch down on an uncharted planet. A modern and beautiful remake of the 1998 game, STAR OCEAN THE SECOND STORY R tells the tale of Ensign Claude C. Kenny, catapulted into his first assignment only for it to go awry. As you take on his role and explore the vast expanse filled with technology and magic, the mission’s course changes when Claude is teleported to the medieval planet of Expel. Evil is creeping its tendrils around the planet, but not all hope is lost as you discover new friends and forge strong bonds with them.

The relationships you make determine Claude’s fate. Earth-shattering storytelling holds up more than two decades after STAR OCEAN THE SECOND STORY’s release, with an astronomical 80+ different endings depending on how you play. This time around, the characters are more lifelike than ever with full voiceover featuring the original cast of actors who I can’t wait to hear again. Modern audio engineering pairs perfectly with classic pixel art for the characters, blending smoothly into a tremendously overhauled 3D world.

Charming HD2D graphics modernize the world with all the wonder it had on the original PlayStation 25 years ago. The magical environments which captivated fans are fully 3D modelled and filled with even more quests, items, and activities to explore. Whether you’re new to STAR OCEAN or revisiting THE SECOND STORY, your curiosity will be rewarded. Everywhere you go, Intel Arc graphics showcase the beautiful world in its best light. The Intel Arc A750 runs STAR OCEAN THE SECOND STORY R at its framerate cap of 120 FPS at 1440p Highest settings, keeping pace with Nvidia’s $318 RTX 4060. The $249 Intel Arc A750 gives you the same, best performance possible at a lower price, meaning you can revel in nostalgia with 26% more performance per dollar.

Star Ocean: The Second Story R launches onto Steam tomorrow.

Support for Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name and The Talos Principle 2, plus update support for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III and Fortnite

This week has even more in store with Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name doling out the dramatic blend of storytelling and fantastical brawling Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio is known for. The Talos Principle 2’s philosophical puzzles will leave you scratching your head and in awe of its sublime visuals.

Looking to drop into a throwback? Fortnite’s classic Season 1 map returns on November 3rd, and Intel Arc graphics are ready for the return to the battle royale’s roots. Ready for an all-new adventure instead? Charge into combat with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III’s campaign available today with pre-purchases, and hone those skills before going online in multiplayer on the 10th.

Even on such a diverse collection of games coming out this week, Intel Arc graphics are ready for each and every one of them. Modern gaming is within reach with balanced builds featuring Intel Arc GPUs and Intel Core CPUs; check our combo deals to jump into the latest games.

Notices and Disclaimers

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