The final frontier gets a bit less ancient.
I'm no Mass Effect expert, but the idea of November 7 being N7 day just seems like a silly coincidence to me. A bit like May 4 is for Star Wars. Either way, we've arrived at it once more, except this time it's the series' 10th-anniversary celebration.
Paradox and Obsidian are bringing out a Complete Edition of Pillars of Eternity, their Baldur's Gate spiritual successor, which will also feature brand new DLC - and it'll be free to existing owners of the game.
New job postings over at Blizzard reveals two unannounced projects - a new first-person game that could be Overwatch 2, and an MMO RTS... for mobiles.
Obsidian's next RPG will be published by Versus Evil, but why not Paradox Interactive who published their last two RPGs, Tyranny and Pillars of Eternity?
Known for their adoration of the classic role-playing game, one of Japan's longest running series is a little something called 'Ys'. And Ys SEVEN, originally released on the PSP, is PC bound later this month.
With 3 full campaigns, a huge mod scene with the 'Arcade', co-op missions and incredibly intricate online play, StarCraft II is one of the best supported RTS titles around. It's space-opera story has come to a close, so it's time for additional content patches to focus on small extras and balance changes. We're going to start highlighting them down below for however long it takes Blizzard to decide it wants to throw out StarCraft III before Warcraft IV.
If we take Steam's hardware survey into account, just about half of all PC gamers are still gaming at 1080p - a precedent that started to become the norm around 2006-2007. The 'next gen' point of PC gaming was when players hoped to make the incremental jump to 2560x1440 or '2K' resolution. From there, 3840x2160 (4K) has been the big talking point, yet only 0.86% of the Steam userbase are reported to be pulling that off.
The new cross-network play between systems is available to beta test right now.
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.