No Man's Sky is a difficult beast to tame. There's a love-hate situation surrounding a game that excited the masses when it was first revealed as a space exploration game that eventually didn't live up to the hype. With updates on the horizon, it's time to start chronicling the changes.
Cast your mind back to the Stellaris Utopia launch and you'll likely have far more questions that you first realised. The trailer barely showed a thing, yet the developer diaries that have surfaced since have looks quite different to the current Stellaris title.
Coming from the fine folks to destroyed the walls of genres and offered us every era of gaming in one slice with EVOLAND and its sequel, Shiro Games has attempted to mix quaint village building and combat with deep exploration with Northgard - a title heavily wrapped around Norse mythology.
Ahead of the major April update to Planet Coaster, Frontier Developments have now outlined one of its major sweeping changes with its own video.
Still looking for your next open-world survival experience? Planet Nomads might fill the void felt behind by the last few that haven't quite lived up to the astronomical expectations of the average player.
Looking for more space to call your own? Pillage ships and annex planets in the latest Starpoint Gemini Warlords update.
Only further proving its worth over EA's attempt to reintroduce SimCity to the masses, Karoliina, the head designer on Cities: Skylines recently publishing a new blog detailing the transportation networks coming in yet another free update.
Content with the offerings of a certain bundle last month? Whether you're still plodding along with Civilization V, IV, III or one of its various spin-offs, Firaxis still want you to give Civilization VI a while - and they're offing a demo to coax you over.
They're not letting us go. Not yet, anyhow. Despite the relatively low rate of Planet Coaster updates since launch week, the trickle was a taste of the storm with the upcoming April update bringing a little of everything.