WoW: Shadowlands’ Eternity’s End patch hits the PTR

Blizzard has launched World of Warcraft’s second major patch for the Shadowlands expansion onto the Public Test Realm. You’ve got a new raid, dungeons, quests, and a new mode for Torghast to check out, though expect to see some tuning tweaks as things rumble on. The main attraction is the new Sepulcher of the First… Continue reading WoW: Shadowlands’ Eternity’s End patch hits the PTR

Active Total War Troy development is over, leaving only Total War: Warhammer 3

Yesterday’s welcome respite from the onslaught of Total War: Warhammer III news has taken a strange turn as we’ve now had confirmation that A Total War Saga: Troy’s upcoming Rhesus and Memnon expansion will be its last. I joked yesterday that it’s not all about Warhammer III, but apparently it kinda is? A Creative Assembly… Continue reading Active Total War Troy development is over, leaving only Total War: Warhammer 3

How to fix the dreaded aim bug in Battlefield 2042

Among the many fixes in the very large “Update #3” patch that rolled out for Battlefield 2042 this morning, some players are finding an unwelcome surprise: they can't aim. They can't move their mouse left or right, specifically. This makes it pretty hard to play a first-person shooter. There's no way to rebind the X-axis… Continue reading How to fix the dreaded aim bug in Battlefield 2042

Deep Rock Galactic Season Two ‘will be a bit less ambitious and will come out faster’

With over 3 million copies sold and dozens of thousands of active players, co-op shooter-miner Deep Rock Galactic is kind of a big deal. So even if its much-anticipated Season 2 is still a few months away, we'll suck up any new information about it like an interplanetary dwarven miner sucks up alien eggs and… Continue reading Deep Rock Galactic Season Two ‘will be a bit less ambitious and will come out faster’

Windows 11 is gaining on Windows 10 as its popularity grows among Steam users

It’s been just under two months since Microsoft officially released Windows 11, and it’s quickly becoming more prevalent among gaming PCs. According to the Steam hardware survey for November 2021, the fledgling OS has now usurped the beloved Windows 7 as the second most popular operating system among Steam users. Windows 11 had a fairly… Continue reading Windows 11 is gaining on Windows 10 as its popularity grows among Steam users

The Forest gets a resurgence on Steam as Sons of the Forest lands a release date

Excitement might be building for the follow-up to the survival-horror game The Forest, but that doesn’t mean people have forgotten about the original just yet. As per SteamDB, The Forest was hitting highs of around 7,000 concurrent players on Steam at the start of October before leaping to a peak of 40,000 concurrent players by… Continue reading The Forest gets a resurgence on Steam as Sons of the Forest lands a release date

Nvidia GeForce Now RTX 3080 membership goes live with 20 more games

Although Nvidia considers GeForce Now “complimentary” instead of a direct replacement for dedicated hardware, the green team’s going hell for leather in establishing it as the dominant cloud gaming service. In just over one month, it expanded to consoles via Microsoft Edge, debuted an LG TV app, and introduced a powerful new RTX 3080 membership… Continue reading Nvidia GeForce Now RTX 3080 membership goes live with 20 more games

Nvidia’s new RTX 2060 12GB officially debuts this month, but at a higher cost

It’s needless to say that the gaming PC scene is going through a rough patch, with supply and demand issues effectively spoiling GPU Christmas present plans. While Nvidia has both an RTX 3000 refresh and a brand new RTX 4000 series lineup on the cards, neither will be available until at least 2022, and reseller… Continue reading Nvidia’s new RTX 2060 12GB officially debuts this month, but at a higher cost