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Ori and the Will of the Wisps goes gold, which means no more delays

Ori and the Will of the Wisps goes gold, which means no more delays

Those of you looking forward to Ori and the Will of the Wisps got some good news today, as Moon Studios announced that the game has gone gold. That, for those not in the know, means that development on the game has finished and it's now ready for mass production ahead of release. It also importantly means that barring some kind of critical issue popping up, Ori and the Will of the Wisps is now safe from further delay.

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Torchlight Frontiers becomes Torchlight 3 with big changes on the way

Torchlight Frontiers becomes Torchlight 3 with big changes on the way

For a couple of years now, Torchlight Frontiers has been in development over at Echtra Games. Billed as something of a free-to-play Torchlight MMO, Frontiers was set to shake up the franchise rather drastically, but today, Echtra Games announced a big shift for the title. From here on out, Torchlight Frontiers will be known as Torchlight 3, and there will be some changes implemented to make it more of a proper successor to the first two Torchlight games.

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Rocket League to drop support for macOS and Linux

Rocket League to drop support for macOS and Linux

Some sad news is coming around the bend today for those who play Rocket League on macOS or Linux, as developer Psyonix has revealed that it will be ending support for both of those operating systems. Support won't be happening right away, but rather in March, giving macOS and Linux users a little bit of time to figure out what they want to do in regards to Rocket League.

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Steam Lunar New Year Sale is live and coming after your dollars

Steam Lunar New Year Sale is live and coming after your dollars

If the Steam Winter Sale somehow didn't drain your bank account, then you've got another chance to get some games on the cheap beginning today. Valve has kicked off a Lunar New Year Sale on Steam, and though it won't last nearly as long as the Winter Sale did, it still has quite a few discounts on offer.

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Stardew Valley hits a huge milestone

Stardew Valley hits a huge milestone

Ever since it launched on PC in 2016, Stardew Valley has been one of the most popular indie games around. Often mentioned alongside titles like Celeste, Terraria, Cuphead, and Shovel Knight as one of the best in the world of indie gaming, Stardew Valley has found a lot of success across a wide variety of platforms. Today we're learning just how successful the game is, as official numbers put the game at 10 million copies sold.

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Halo: Combat Evolved PC testing begins next month

Halo: Combat Evolved PC testing begins next month

At this point, it seems safe to say that the reaction to Halo: Reach on PC has been pretty solid overall. However, Halo: Reach is just one piece of the puzzle, as 343 Industries plans to bring the entire Master Chief Collection to PC as well. Since the Master Chief Collection encompases the first four mainline Halo games along with Halo 3: ODST and Halo: Reach, 343 certainly has its work cut out for it.

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Chrome OS may finally get official Steam support

Chrome OS may finally get official Steam support

At the moment, if you're looking to play games on Chrome OS, you're more or less limited to finding those games on the Google Play Store. That may all be changing at some point in the near future, as Google has suggested that it's working with Valve to build official Steam support for Chrome OS. This, of course, would greatly expand the gaming capabilities of Chromebooks by allowing them to tap into Steam's vast library of PC titles.

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Horizon Zero Dawn may come to PC in a huge move for Sony

Horizon Zero Dawn may come to PC in a huge move for Sony

If there's been a theme to this console generation for Sony, it's definitely been "exclusives." The PlayStation 4 has been the best-selling console of the generation for a number of reasons, but a major contributor has certainly been Sony's laser focus on exclusives for the machine. It may not be long, however, until we see Sony put at least one of its exclusives on PC.

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PUBG is getting a new map and sticky bombs for season 6

PUBG is getting a new map and sticky bombs for season 6

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is about to kick off its sixth season, and when it does, players will have a new map to do battle on. Today PUBG Corp revealed Karakin, a new 2km x 2km map that promises some intense action. Karakin will also bring a new map mechanic called the black zone along with it, which will change the map as matches play out.

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Razer reveals DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2 gaming mice

Razer reveals DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2 gaming mice

The DeathAdder and Basilisk are two of Razer's more popular gaming mice, and though we've seen plenty of variants throughout the years, today they're both getting upgrades. Razer has announced the DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2, and though they both look similar to their predecessors, they've got some upgraded hardware in them that justifies that "V2" branding.

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Grand Theft Auto IV PC pulled from sale and it’s Games for Windows’ fault

Grand Theft Auto IV PC pulled from sale and it’s Games for Windows’ fault

If you've been thinking about picking up a copy of Grand Theft Auto IV on PC, it looks like you'll have to wait. The game has disappeared from digital storefronts including Steam and Rockstar's own shop, with no indication of when it may be coming back. The good news is that Rockstar seemingly is planning to bring the game back at some point in the future, provided it can fix the issue that prompted the game's removal in the first place.

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Big Steam soundtrack update makes it easier to buy and listen to music

Big Steam soundtrack update makes it easier to buy and listen to music

When you're browsing through Steam's store, you'll often see game soundtracks available for their respective games as DLC. If that kind of branding struck you as odd, you certainly weren't alone there. After all, one key drawback of designating a soundtrack as DLC is that it meant you had to purchase the game before you could buy its soundtrack.

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