Welcome to TRG – our brand new gaming site


Today is an incredibly exciting day – we are officially launching TechRadar Gaming or, as it will be more colloquially known, TRG.

In the years that I’ve been in charge of TechRadar, I’ve seen our game coverage go from little stories (like talking about Xbox Live games on Windows Phone in 2010) to this year, where we ended up receiving panoply articles from talented journalists talking about all manner of fascinating things in the video game world, led by our own Vic Hood, Adam Vjestica and Gerald Lynch (and a whole host of other TechRadar writers who have also been successful to pass on excellent articles on games).

We were the site that advertised that the KFConsole was actually real. We’ve been at the forefront of the PS5 restocking saga (having been the primary web resource for information about the console before launch) and have spent countless hours digging into games like Battlefield 2042. , and spent more time than most sorting. makes fiction on upcoming titles like Breath of the Wild 2.

And that’s not even about our best widely read PS5 games, our best Switch games, or a whole slew of other guides that have helped millions of readers play the games they love.

So what are you doing?

With all of that in mind, we decided that now is the time to take it to the next level – that’s where TRG comes in.

We know modern gamers are interested in details – and that raises questions. We are here to responnse these questions and entertain you at the same time.

We’re going to marry our current expertise in hardware reviews, game guides, and insightful how-to content with a new suite of insanely exciting writers who know how to help you succeed.

So if you want to know the differences between HDMI 2.0 and HDMI 2.1, if you’re struggling to beat a tough boss in Elden Ring, or if you want to squeeze the most performance out of your graphics card, we’ve got you covered. which you need to know.

We’ll also cover the latest gaming hardware and accessories, like the analog pocket and the best keyboards for gamers, help you find all the PS5 and Xbox Series X games with 120fps support, and explore all that. ‘There is to know about the latest titles, like Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and Halo Infinite.

TRG will also be the home of hard-hitting and pragmatic editorials. We recently covered how the Xbox Series S is a next-gen console once and for all, and why we’re giving Breath of the Wild one more chance.

You’ll also find fascinating interviews from big names in the industry, like when we spoke to Tim Schafer about Psychonauts 2, or got the scoop on some early info on Konami’s eFootball 2022.

This is only the very small first step, however, when we come out of our beta phase, there is a parcel working behind the scenes to build a premier gaming team to support the incredible work our current writers and editors are already doing. I’m excited.

So stay tuned – we’ll have several announcements in the coming weeks to share with you, and I really hope you enjoy joining us as we turn TechRadar’s gaming channel into something unique: TRG .


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