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Ori and the Will of the Wisps hit with a small delay

Ori and the Will of the Wisps hit with a small delay

A lot of games shared the spotlight during this year's Game Awards, and among them was Ori and the Will of the Wisps. The sequel to 2015's excellent Ori and the Blind Forest, Ori and the Will of the Wisps was originally set for release sometime this year, but was eventually pushed back to February 11th, 2020. Unfortunately, Ori and the Will of the Wisps has been delayed again, but this time, the delay is a small one.

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Planet Zoo’s first DLC is appropriately Arctic-themed

Planet Zoo’s first DLC is appropriately Arctic-themed

Those of us here in the Northern Hemisphere are currently in the midst of winter, so it makes sense that the first DLC for Planet Zoo has a chilly twist to it. Today, Frontier revealed that the Arctic Pack will be Planet Zoo's first DLC pack, and it'll feature four new animals from the world's colder regions. On top of those new animals, players who buy the DLC pack will also get two new scenarios set in vastly different parts of the world.

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GOG Winter Sale kicks off with free copies of Wasteland 2

GOG Winter Sale kicks off with free copies of Wasteland 2

A lot of gamers are looking forward to the Steam Winter Sale, which should kick off sometime next week and run until a little after New Year's Day, but today, GOG is asking "why wait?" It has kicked off a Winter Sale on its own, boasting that there are more than 2,500 deals available for PC gamers, with discounts as big as 95% off.

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Resident Evil 3 remake confirmed as State of Play’s big reveal

Resident Evil 3 remake confirmed as State of Play’s big reveal

Earlier today, Sony held the final PlayStation State of Play for 2019. Headlining that show was a pretty big announcement, as Capcom officially confirmed that it's remaking Resident Evil 3. Of course, a lot of us expected this announcement given the success of Resident Evil 2's remake earlier this year.

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PC players give Halo: Reach a warm welcome

PC players give Halo: Reach a warm welcome

Earlier this week, 343 Industries and Microsoft added Halo: Reach to the Master Chief Collection on both Xbox and PC. This was a big launch for PC players, because it's the first release for the Master Chief Collection. More importantly, it's the first mainline Halo game to release on PC in more than a decade, with the last one being Halo 2 way back in 2007.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 heads to Steam next week

Red Dead Redemption 2 heads to Steam next week

Earlier this month, Red Dead Redemption 2 finally landed on PC. However, like a number of PC games these days, Red Dead Redemption 2 didn't launch on all digital stores at once. It first launched on the newly-released Rockstar Games Launcher, the Epic Games Store, and a few other platforms like the Humble Store and Green Man Gaming.

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Stardew Valley 1.4 content update lands on PC with hefty changelog

Stardew Valley 1.4 content update lands on PC with hefty changelog

Earlier this month, Stardew Valley developer Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone detailed the version 1.4 update for the game. He was fairly guarded with the specifics at the time, but he did give us a PC release date for the update. Now that the version 1.4 content update has landed, Barone has released a set of patch notes that give us a much better idea of its scope.

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Steam Autumn Sale 2019 kicks off with Steam Awards nominations

Steam Autumn Sale 2019 kicks off with Steam Awards nominations

Just as the rumors foretold, Steam has kicked off its 2019 Autumn Sale. The Autumn Sale has become an expected event every year, sandwiched in between the Halloween sale Valve typically runs and the Winter Sale that ends the year (and often sees us into the next one). While the Autumn Sale is usually just a precursor to the much larger Winter Sale, there is one reason to pull up the Steam store even if you're not looking to spend anything.

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Dizzy man accidentally sells US$1.4 million game character for $500

Dizzy man accidentally sells US$1.4 million game character for $500

It's a classic story of selling a multi-million-dollar video game character on a digital sale site for $500 - we've all heard it. This particular story takes place in China, and starts with a video game "whale" - a rich person who spends boatloads of cash on video games. This whale, Lu Mou, spent 8 million to 10 million yuan (the equivalent of around $1.4 million USD) in a video game, creating a powerful in-game character with in-game purchases.

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Toyota returns to Forza Horizon 4 next month

Toyota returns to Forza Horizon 4 next month

With the Los Angeles Auto Show officially kicking off this weekend, Toyota has some big news for fans of racing games: it's coming back to Forza. Specifically, Toyota cars will debut in Forza Horizon 4 next month, marking the end of the automaker's strange absence from one of the most popular racing series around.

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Steam Sale today for post-Beta launch of Remote Play Together

Steam Sale today for post-Beta launch of Remote Play Together

There's an event today on Steam that celebrates the passing out-of-Beta of the Steam Remote Play Together system. This system was in public Beta testing for "roughly one month" and is already ready to roll for users - and now works for iOS and Android devices, too. The Steam Sale today focuses on games that work with the Remote Play Together system.

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The Game Awards reveals all nominees for 2019

The Game Awards reveals all nominees for 2019

We're coming up on the annual Game Awards, and ahead of the show's December 12th premiere, Geoff Keighley has revealed all of the nominees for 2019. As there have been in recent years, 2019's Game Awards are packed with different categories, ranging from best eSports coach all the way up to the big kahuna, game of the year.

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