Despite originally slated to release out of Alpha and into Early Access in April, Planet Nomads never quite made it. Pushing back to May didn't have a definitive date for a while, but that date is actually today.
On these bright, Summer days what could be better than cracking open a cold beverage, closing the black-out curtains and being creeped out by your own TV? Nothing. Conarium thinks the same.
Gearing up for Early Access around this time last year, Endless Space 2 has enjoyed a rigorous development time. Headed up as the sequel to Amplitude's original Endless Space 4X strategy game, the sequel is attempting to expand on everything that managed to make the original a household name within the strategy community.
Appearing as if from nowhere, a lot could be said about Eugen Systems' Steel Division: Normandy 44 from its sudden announcement back in March. Now feature ready and already in the hands of RTS-affectionados, it's time to look forward to a brighter future - one befitting classic real-time strategy fans.
We may not have reported on all too much after after the Early Access release of Divinity: Original Sin 2; but there's one big important piece of news to share today - the release date!
Though the group may have offered up an extended look at Verdun's Fort Douaumont on YouTube just a few days ago, the developers are eager to announce the next step in the WW1 Game Series - Tannenberg: Eastern Front.
The 'Microsoft Studios' branding has had a long a fruitful life. Carrying Redmond from the original Xbox into its current, somewhat confused nature of the Xbox One, it seems the group is finally ready for an external change. At least when it comes to the logo.
Having been in development for what felt like a lifetime - it wasn't - The Surge finally arrived on Steam in the middle of May. Now that it's forever cemented as the Dark Souls of the sci-fi genre, we're to expect it'll have a long and fruitful life. Though it remains to be seen whether fans will talk about a mysterious ring for years to come.
Suddenly announced as a partnership deal between wargame experts Paradox Interactive and similarly experienced tacticians Eugen Systems, Steel Division: Normandy 44 has pushed through from announcement to release in just under 3 months. And there's a trailer to prove it!