Something no one seems to be talking about at CES is that Intel finally revealed one of their discrete GPUs to public playing a game. It is one of their laptop GPUs playing Destiny 2. They also had their desktop counterpart playing Warframe. These GPUs aren't for regular consumers though these cards are for software developers to help them develop/optimize software for their GPUs. Intel didn't reveal what settings and framerate the game was running at but a tech channel named Gamers Nexus was able to get a close up look to judge the settings and framerates. Apparently it is running at 1080p low settings 46 fps avg although some youtube commentators saying it could be a couple frames higher since he was going off the TV and not the laptop screen which has a lower input lag.
Intel says not to base the performance of the release products of these GPUs but I'm not sure how much a difference drivers/optimization will make. If these cards are priced appropriately for what they can do that's all that really matters. They're definitely a step up from intel integrated GPUs considering that even the best ones can't play Destiny 2 anywhere near as good as the Xe DG1, I'm talking sub 720p lower than low and 20fps. The Ryzen APUs and mobile will likely eat this GPU alive anyway. If Intel can work their way into the mid range market that would be great since that what the majority of PC gamers will be going for.
First reveal, spokespeople keep talking over each other, kinda annoying
Gamer Nexus videos
This video has Wccftech playing Warframe on it for a bit