GTA Online’s weekly update brings extra rewards, a new prize ride, and free bicycles

The end of the week is in sight, and here we are – another Thursday, bringing another GTA Online weekly update full of discounts to nab, rides to get behind the wheel of, and bonuses to earn. Rockstar Games’ official newswire post with the full rundown of this week’s goodies won’t arrive until later, but… Continue reading GTA Online’s weekly update brings extra rewards, a new prize ride, and free bicycles

Undertale dev’s RPG Deltarune gets another chapter this week

The long-awaited Deltarune Chapter 2 is coming up, and soon. Created by Undertale developer Toby Fox, Deltarune is an episodic RPG game, whose first chapter released a few years back in 2018. Part two was initially expected, “content-wise”, to be complete by the end of last year, but since then we’ve had little news on when we can… Continue reading Undertale dev’s RPG Deltarune gets another chapter this week

Activision Blizzard faces unfair labour practice suit alleging “worker intimidation and union busting”

A major US-based workers’ union has filed unfair labour practice charges against Activision Blizzard for alleged “worker intimidation and union busting”. Communications Workers of America officially revealed the news in a press release, explaining that the move is in “support of game developers at Activision Blizzard King”. The CWA claims that Activision Blizzard’s management team… Continue reading Activision Blizzard faces unfair labour practice suit alleging “worker intimidation and union busting”

Gas Station Simulator is Steam’s latest surprise hit

Anything can happen on Steam, it seems, including breakout success for a game about running a gas station. Yes, Gas Station Simulator is the latest unlikely contender to rise up the Steam charts, wowing players with its, um, gasoline pumping action and strategic station upgrade system. (Look, I love American Truck Simulator enough not to… Continue reading Gas Station Simulator is Steam’s latest surprise hit

Beaver city builder Timberborn is a Steam top seller

The joys of city-building games have been apparent ever since Will Wright brought us SimCity all those decades ago, and developers have kept branching out to find new ways to keep the concept fresh. We’ve had city builders on Mars, city builders in an icy apocalypse, and city builders about being a dictator. Now, perhaps,… Continue reading Beaver city builder Timberborn is a Steam top seller

Battlefield 2042 is delayed – details on the open beta are coming this month

Battlefield 2042 has been delayed from its planned October launch date, and will now launch in November. After reports of a delay to the upcoming FPS game started circulating earlier this week, the devs confirmed the news in a tweet today. Fans had also expected the open beta to launch in September, but it sounds… Continue reading Battlefield 2042 is delayed – details on the open beta are coming this month

Valheim devs caution players to manage their expectations for Hearth and Home

There are loads of changes coming to Viking sandbox game Valheim when the Hearth and Home update arrives tomorrow, September 16. The patch will be changing the way food works, adding new ways to specialise your character’s role, and giving players a way to vomit on command. But developer Iron Gate held a YouTube ‘fireside… Continue reading Valheim devs caution players to manage their expectations for Hearth and Home

Minecraft 1.18’s first proper snapshot is here

The era of the Minecraft 1.18 Experimental Snapshot is over. The time of the proper Minecraft 1.18 snapshot is here. The devs at Mojang have launched the new world generation features into the normal beta rollout, which means that those features are now fairly close to what we’ll see at release. If you’ve missed all… Continue reading Minecraft 1.18’s first proper snapshot is here

Both Nidhogg games have been updated with new levels and some cats

This is one we have to admit wasn’t on our radar: Messhof’s cult hit sword fighting game Nidhogg and its somewhat more grotesque sequel Nidhogg 2 have both received updates today, adding new levels to both titles. The original Nidhogg, which features low-res 4-bit style graphics and a psychedelic style, has a spooky new level… Continue reading Both Nidhogg games have been updated with new levels and some cats

Skyrim mod arms the Dragonborn with an ROG gaming keyboard and mouse

From the likes of the bloodthirsty Harkon’s Sword to the blinding light of arrows shot from Auriel’s Bow, the land of Skyrim is no stranger to absurdly powerful weaponry. However, there’s always been one glaring omission from the game’s armory: all-powerful RGB. However, thanks to the work of modder ElSopa, the power of your Asus… Continue reading Skyrim mod arms the Dragonborn with an ROG gaming keyboard and mouse