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Valley is available on Steam today, and we have a half hour of gameplay

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Valley is a first-person adventure that has you racing along the ground and soaring through the air in a game about movement, momentum, and preserving life in a dying valley. While on the hunt for an artifact in a mysterious valley filled with magic, you find yourself in possession of a L.E.A.F. suit, allowing you to sprint and jump in a free-flowing chain of action.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided patch fixes “critical issues”

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided seems to be a great game. Our own review scored it a 9.5. But some issues are leaving certain users cold. Namely, the game’s limited use pre-order DLC and its performance on PC. You might say that the playerbase is feeling a bit “divided,” but the game’s first patch looks to address those early technical issues.

Halo 5’s Forge mode comes to PC in September

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PC gamers have had limited access to Microsoft’s flagship shooter series, as Halo hasn’t been on computers since Halo 2. But now, Halo 5 is hitting PC! Or, rather, a small part of it, in the form of Forge mode. The customization tool will come to Windows 10 on September 8.

Paradox highlights Cities: Skyline modders with official DLC

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Mods have given added life to a great number of games, including Paradox’s city-builder, and the publisher feels it’s time they highlighted that content in an official capacity. The company will soon offer official DLC packs featuring the work of community creators. The first of these will feature Art Deco architecture made by Matt “Shroomblaze” Crux.

Dark Souls III DLC details leak (UPDATED)

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We’re expecting some more details tomorrow, but it seems that we should expect the first piece of Dark Souls III DLC very soon. Titled Ashes of Ariandel, it’s expected to launch on October 25.

Faeria gets a single-player campaign and goes free today

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The developers of Faeria have been working hard to grow their audience and build their digital collectible card game into something that stands apart from the genre juggernaut, Hearthstone. Today, their title goes free-to-play and introduces a new load of single-player content.

Vehicular combat MMO Crossout is finally available on Steam

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We first reported on the development of Crossout early last year, and the vehicular combat game is finally becoming available to the public--albeit in Early Access form. The developers at Targem Games are calling it a massively multiplayer action game, and you can get access to it as of today.

The Sleeping Dogs people are back with a new multiplayer game

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Our wait for Sleeping Dogs 2 is sadly going to be a bit longer, as developer United Front Games has just announced that their new title is a multiplayer third-person action game titled Smash+Grab. Set in a future urban dystopia, Smash+Grab will see two teams duking it out to see who can best bust up and loot our corporate future.

Battlefield 1 Premium Pass includes early access to expansion packs and maps, costs £39.99

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EA Games has revealed a lot of new details about what the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass includes, which costs €49,95 separately.

There will be four theme expansion packs, which Premium Pass players will get access to two weeks ahead of normal users. This also includes 16 new maps, new game modes, Elite classes, 20 new weapons and more.

Sony leaks suggest PlayStation Now, DualShock wireless adapter coming to PC (UPDATED)

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If you’ve followed the world of console gaming news for long, you know that Sony has a rough time keeping a lid on leaks prior to reveals of big news. The company is holding a media event in New York City where it’s expected that they’ll announce full details on the new PlayStation Neo console, but it seems there may also be some news of interest to PC gamers.

The Latest No Man's Sky Patch Details

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No Man's Sky has been out for a bit now and it got off to a rocky start. It's a big game with big ambitions and a big universe to try to encompass everything after all. That said, Hello Games isn't sitting on its heels letting problems be problems. They've released several patches already and have worked tirelessly to ensure that the game runs the way it ought to.

Of course, patching a game as popular and extensive as No Man's Sky takes a lot of work and once one thing gets fixed, another may just as well break as a result. Regardless, we're here to keep you up to date on what's happening. Below, you'll find a list of each of the patches the PC version of No Man's Sky has received as well as a break down of what they resolved, added to, or removed from the game.

Cossacks 3 details early bird bonuses, DLC plans, shows off some new screenshots

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Cossacks 3 is releasing in less than a month, bringing back the classic RTS franchise with fresh content and a new 3D graphic engine. Today, the developers at GSC Game World sent along some new screenshots, as well as details on their Early Bird Bonus and DLC plans.

Endless Space 2 reveals Lumeris faction, Early Access release coming in September

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Endless Space 2, the next chapter in the 4X space strategy series from Amplitude Studios, will be available starting in September, the developer today announced. In addition, they revealed the game’s third faction, the economically-focused aliens known as the Lumeris, at Gamescom, and now have a trailer introducing the race to the world.

John Carmack accused of theft in amended ZeniMax lawsuit

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Back in 2014, ZeniMax Media filed a lawsuit against Oculus Rift, alleging that the latter company had appropriated trade secrets and infringed upon ZeniMax trademarks and copyrights in their development of VR technology. Now, in an amended form of the lawsuit, ZeniMax is directly accusing id Software co-founder and Oculus’ Chief Technology Officer John Carmack of theft.

Total War: Warhammer gets new forces of light and darkness in the Grim & the Grave DLC

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The latest piece of content for Total War: Warhammer is nearly here, bringing with it a host of new units for both the Empire and the Vampire Counts, adding another chapter to the storied war between the forces of humanity and the undead.

Enjoy some gameplay footage of Northgard

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Northgard sounds pretty cool, but its teaser trailer was just that: a teaser. We know you’ll take control of a band of vikings settling in new lands in the frozen north, but just what does that look like in practice? Thankfully, a bit of gameplay footage came out of Gamescom, letting us know what to expect.

Ed Boon hints at PC release for Mortal Kombat XL

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Mortal Kombat X had a very rocky launch on PC, with non-working features and game-breaking bugs. It was so bad that Warner Bros eventually gave up on support for it, no longer offering the updates that came to the console editions. When the full collection of Mortal Kombat XL was released, it was released for consoles only.

Stockholm City Planners using Cities: Skylines to plan and develop Real-world District

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Paradox Interactive announced this morning that it's going to be assisting city planners from Stockholm by using its city-building game, Cities: Skylines, to help design and develop a new city district called Norra Djurgardstaden.

This is actually one of Europe’s largest urban development projects focusing on long-term sustainability, with plans to add 12,000 new residences and 35,000 workspaces, helping an area that's suffered a shortage of accommodations for its increasing population.

Allison Road is back on track, development continues

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Allison Road is an upcoming first person survival horror game by Lilith owner Christian Kesler, although it was cancelled back in June shortly after Team 17 picked up the publishing rights.

Since then Kesler has been working hard to find ways to fund the development, with an announcement made last night that he's now working under a new label called Far From Home, which has been co-founded with his wife who is also a business partner.

We've got a half hour of footage from Max, an Autistic Journey

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Max, an Autistic Journey is a retro-style RPG built to raise awareness and inform about autism spectrum disorder. Made by Stéphane Cantin with help from his son, Max, who plays a starring role in the game. You’ll take Max through day to day life, managing his needs and anxiety through a fantastical world of imagination.

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