Can you believe it's almost been 4 years since the release of Outlast? So where's that sequel, you ask? It could be arriving fairly soon.
Remember that sneaky E3 2016 tease from Bethesda last year? If another quick mention on the Kinda Funny Gamecast is anything to go by, we might be hearing more soon.
Closing in on the last few months before release, NAMCO BANDAI have put out a fairly lengthy look at the gameplay of Little Nightmares.
All eyes quickly shifted to Kickstarter once Sunless Skies arrives on the Crowdfunding platform. And with it being fully funded in less than an afternoon, it's no surprise that people are still fixated on what's to come rather than what is already there.
Smashing the expectations of only the developers at this point, Sunless Skies reached its Kickstarter goal in just under 4 hours.
It isn't unheard of to see big-name publications given exclusive rights to the reveal of a big title, and that's what IGN France seem to be teasing today.
Whether its to entice users to send them $12 a month for a box of games they may or may not want, Humble Bundle are offering the original X-Com to anyone and everyone completely free of charge.
With Firewatch behind us, some of its creators are looking forward to their next adventure; and they're hoping others are willing to help out, too.
Attempting to break the mold and call out those being a little cruel to them for not setting a specific release date, the guys behind Friday The 13th: The Video Game have made a lengthy forum post explaining why they haven't pencilled in.
Obviously hard at work on Styx: Shards of Darkness after just putting out Space Hulk: Deathwing, the team behind Blood Bowl and so many others are still pumping out new projects. Focusing on Call of Cthulhu this time around, it's a project with a long legacy behind it.