We live in a world of remasters. The last console generation ushered in remakes and reworkings of games that sat comfortably on the machines that preceded them. Now, with a new generation in full swing, games of the last generation are being remade for the current.
Moving forward with plans issued a long while ago now, Blizzard have re-confirmed that legacy operating system support for more modern titles like StarCraft II, Diablo III and World of Warcraft will cease in the coming months.
The guys behind Brink team up with renowned World of Tanks publisher, lending their industry-wide multiplayer experience with one of the scene's leading groups.
Even if your wish for Half-Life 3 was to ever come true, it wouldn't satisfy the itch for very long. That's the idea we're getting from series writer Marc Laidlaw.
The StarCraft II esports scene may not be quite as big as it once was, but Blizzard are still trying to reinvigorate it - but funding a tournament in a similar fashion to Valve's DotA 2.
The big question of 'more races when???' still hasn't been answered by Relic Entertainment, but they've put out a new patch for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III that does feature a few commonly requested changes - and a new map.
In yet another string of events that's likely to have someone calling out Half-Life 3 confirmed, Valve have stirred the pot by updating the original Half-Life first released in 1998.
Following a massive hype train that wrestled with controversy upon release, Hello Games have been doing everything within their reach to keep No Man's Sky alive - and to make up for the miscommunication that led to the ambitious space sim being regarded as far more ambitious than it was ever meant to be.
Toward the turn of 2017's second half, Slitherine Games teased - and quickly confirmed - that they had been working on a rather important IP for the last year - Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock. But how much do we know about what's to come?