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Dark Souls: Remastered is available a day early (for some, at least)

Dark Souls: Remastered is available a day early (for some, at least)

Well, here's a happy surprise: it seems that Dark Souls: Remastered has launched a day early for some players. Originally scheduled to launch tomorrow, Dark Souls: Remastered has gone live on Steam today. We're not sure if someone on From Software's end messed up or if the developer simply decided to open the floodgates a little early, but we doubt we'll find many Steam users who will complain about this happy turn of events.

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Beat Saber is the new hype VR game

Beat Saber is the new hype VR game

This week the folks at Hyperbolic Magnetism are probably pretty pumped up about all the press they're getting for Beat Saber. They first started development for this game back in 2016, and between then and now it's been tested by hundreds of users. In its first couple weeks on the Steam VR store and Oculus Store, Beat Saber's become a sort of shock hit.

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Steam Link app release today: Android download first

Steam Link app release today: Android download first

This morning the Steam Link app was released for Android devices in BETA mode. A release in Beta on Android means there'll probably be a few bugs left to work out. If you're alright with a few tiny insects, now might be the best time for you to download the app.

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Steam Controller now has Bluetooth support in beta client

Steam Controller now has Bluetooth support in beta client

Valve seems to be cooking up quite the treat for mobile users while still clinging to is PC gaming focus. It recently announced the expansion of its Steam Link system that would allow Steam games to be streamed to Android and iOS devices. Now it has revealed a crucial piece of that puzzle by announcing Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support for its Steam Controller. While Valve explains that this is an important requirement for its Steam Link plans, it also makes it possible to use the wireless controller directly with mobile devices.

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Steam Link app for iOS and Android: Streaming at last

Steam Link app for iOS and Android: Streaming at last

Two new apps from Steam were announced this morning - one for video, the other for playing games on your phone. The Steam Video app will be released later this summer and will feature the ability to watch Steam-based movies and shows on iOS and Android devices. The Steam Link app is a bit more revolutionary - if it works. With Steam Link, users will be able to play their PC games on their iPhone or Android device.

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Steam Summer Sale 2018 dates have leaked out

Steam Summer Sale 2018 dates have leaked out

The weather is finally beginning to warm up here in the North Hemisphere, which means a big thing for PC gamers: the Steam Summer Sale is on the horizon. The Steam Summer Sale and its winter counterpart are famous among PC gamers for their big discounts across most of Steam's massive library, and today, we're getting a better idea of when Valve may kick things off.

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PUBG’s Savage map gets a new name and another beta test

PUBG’s Savage map gets a new name and another beta test

Last month, PUBG players got a taste of the game's latest map, which had a working title of Codename: Savage at the time. This smaller map led to fast-paced, intense action, but unfortunately, it was only available for a few days as part of an experimental beta. There's some good news coming from PUBG Corporation today, as Savage will be coming back soon with another beta test, and this time it'll be sporting a new name.

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PUBG pulls this weekend’s 50-player deathmatch mode over server issues

PUBG pulls this weekend’s 50-player deathmatch mode over server issues

Those playing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds this weekend might be wondering where the recent 50-player deathmatch limited-time game mode is. The event mode, dubbed Desert Knights, kicked off on Thursday evening and was scheduled to run though the weekend, however developer Bluehole has revealed that it had shut down the mode altogether after the game began experiencing major server issues.

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PUBG War mode returns this weekend with some big changes

PUBG War mode returns this weekend with some big changes

With War mode, PUBG Corporation seems to have stumbled onto something that players love, so it's not much of a surprise to see it returning as this weekend's limited-time game mode. If you enjoyed previous iterations of War mode, you'll be able to dive back in this weekend, but there are some big changes to take note of before you do. The first - and potentially biggest change - comes in the form of a change of scenery.

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Switch Pro Controller Steam support launches in beta today

Switch Pro Controller Steam support launches in beta today

When it comes to the debate about who makes the best controller, there is no clear answer. For years, the answer was simple enough if you were looking to use a controller for PC games, as Xbox 360 and Xbox One controllers offered plug and play functionality that others did not. These days, Valve has complicated the issue by making a variety of controllers compatible through Steam, and today, a new challenger enters the arena: The Switch Pro Controller.

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Stardew Valley’s big multiplayer update beta is here: How to get it

Stardew Valley’s big multiplayer update beta is here: How to get it

Today is a good day for anyone who loves Stardew Valley. At long last, the game's highly-anticipated multiplayer update has entered beta, meaning that we're hopefully just a short time away from its official release on PC. You don't have to wait until multiplayer ships with a patch for the live game to play it, however - as this is a public beta, anyone with a Steam copy of the game can take it for a spin.

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Steam Spy returns from death, but admits data is less accurate

Steam Spy returns from death, but admits data is less accurate

Earlier this month, the popular third-party tool Steam Spy was essentially left dead in the water after Valve announced new privacy settings for Steam users, including hiding libraries and profile data from public view by default. This meant Steam Spy, which tracked stats like games' sales numbers and play time, wasn't able to access the data it needed, and was taken offline. But now its creator has brought it back, although with less reliable data.

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