PC Gaming

Monster Hunter: World brings the series back to consoles in January

Monster Hunter: World brings the series back to consoles in January

To say that Monster Hunter fans are excited for Monster Hunter: World is probably understating it a bit. This is the first mainline Monster Hunter game we've seen on consoles for quite some time, with the last being Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on the Wii U back in 2012. Today we're finding out just when those excited fans will be able to play the game, and it's sooner than a lot of people probably think.

Continue Reading

Left Alive’s Metal Gear artist mechs have us super-intrigued

Left Alive’s Metal Gear artist mechs have us super-intrigued

Square Enix arrived at the Tokyo Game Show prepared, it seems. Not only did it reveal that Final Fantasy IX is coming to PlayStation 4 today, but it also announced that it has a new shooter in the works. The game is called Left Alive, and it'll be launching for PS4 and PC sometime next year.

Continue Reading

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds breaks Steam record for most concurrent players

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds breaks Steam record for most concurrent players

Steam's all-time record for the most concurrent players has been broken by the game that almost everyone is talking about these days: PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Even though it was released six month ago, and still remains in early access, Battlegrounds' growth has shown no signs of slowing down. The multiplayer shooter has become one of Twitch's most-viewed games, and just last week it reached the 1 million concurrent players milestone on Steam.

Continue Reading

Heroes of the Storm is getting Ana and Junkrat from Overwatch

Heroes of the Storm is getting Ana and Junkrat from Overwatch

Blizzard had some big Heroes of the Storm announcements to make during today's Heroes Global Championship matches. The next heroes coming to the game both come from Overwatch: the sniper Ana and the explosives enthusiast Junkrat. They won't be alone, either, as Blizzard also revealed a bunch of new skins and a new battleground modeled after Overwatch's Volskaya Industries.

Continue Reading

PUBG’s September update detailed with map tweaks and a new weapon

PUBG’s September update detailed with map tweaks and a new weapon

It's time for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to receive its monthly update, and this one sure seems to be a big one. The update is hitting PUBG's test servers today, which means that - barring some major issue that needs to be patched out immediately - it'll be arriving on live servers later this week. Patch notes aren't the only thing we're getting today, as PUBG developer Bluehole also gave us new information on upcoming features.

Continue Reading

Steam banned in Malaysia over religious-themed fighting game

Steam banned in Malaysia over religious-themed fighting game

Steam was temporarily banned across the country of Malaysia on Friday after a new fighting game on the service was found to be in violation of local laws. The Malaysian government ordered a nationwide block on Steam as the game called Fight of Gods did not adhere to religious-and-racial-unity laws, and was a threat to "racial unity and harmony."

Continue Reading

Destiny 2 DLC begins with Curse of Osiris

Destiny 2 DLC begins with Curse of Osiris

It's only been two days since Destiny 2 was released on Xbox One and PS4 and already Bungie is confirming the games's first DLC. What started as whispers making the rounds on the internet last week were seemingly confirmed earlier today when listings for a DLC named "Curse of Osiris" appeared on the Xbox Store. Through that listing, we get our introduction to Destiny 2's first DLC.

Continue Reading

PUBG joins an exclusive Steam club

PUBG joins an exclusive Steam club

It's kind of difficult to overstate the success of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds at this point. Ever since it entered early access in March, the game has been hitting sales milestones quickly, most recently boasting an insane 10 million sales. Today, PUBG passed another milestone that's arguably just as important as total sales, becoming the top game in terms of concurrent players on Steam.

Continue Reading

Skyrim: Special Edition is free to play on Xbox One and PC this weekend

Skyrim: Special Edition is free to play on Xbox One and PC this weekend

If you're one of the six people left on Earth who haven't played Skyrim yet, then Microsoft, Valve, and Bethesda have some very exciting news for you. Skyrim: Special Edition will be free to play this weekend on Xbox One and Steam, giving you the chance to dive into the cold, harsh lands of Skyrim at no initial cost. This free weekend is already underway, so you can download the game now and start playing right away.

Continue Reading

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds isn’t slowing down with latest milestone

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds isn’t slowing down with latest milestone

It's been just six months since PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds rolled into early access on Steam. In the time since then, it's become something of a sensation, climbing quickly to one of the most-played games on Steam and becoming one of the most-viewed games on Twitch. While you'd think that this success would slow down eventually, such a decline hasn't actually started yet, as PlayerUnknown himself announced another major milestone for the game today.

Continue Reading

ARK: Survival Evolved’s second expansion releases next month

ARK: Survival Evolved’s second expansion releases next month

Well that was fast: it hasn't even been a week since ARK: Survival Evolved left early access on Steam, and already we're getting the announcement of a new expansion. Dubbed Abberation, this new expansion is going to add a lot of new content for ARK veterans, with new creatures, weapons, and locations to discover. It's going to be here surprisingly soon, too, so if you're excited by what you see in the trailer below, you won't have to wait long to check it out yourself.

Continue Reading

Darkwood developers put the game on Pirate Bay for those who can’t pay

Darkwood developers put the game on Pirate Bay for those who can’t pay

While most indie game developers would prefer that players didn't pirate their titles, the three-person team calling itself Acid Wizard Studio have done things a bit differently. They've taken their recently released horror game Darkwood and put it up for free on the popular torrent site Pirate Bay, all without any DRM. The reason? They simply want everyone who's interested to play their game, even if they can't afford it.

Continue Reading

1 2 3 4 5 Next