With Edge of Nowhere and two other newly-announced games on the way, Ratchet & Clank developer Insomniac's making a big bet on the fledgling tech.
Microsoft's push into PC gaming continues to be hobbled by shoddy PC ports, as driven home by the otherwise excellent Quantum Break.
Plus the new Ghostbusters game looks like a bust, and Stellaris, Sherlock, and Shadwen all drop new trailers.
Got plans this weekend? No? Well now you do. Rainbow Six, Doom, Battleborn, and Overwatch are all free or "free" this weekend.
Most people shouldn't buy an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive yet. Virtual reality is amazing, but it's still an expensive first-generation product with kinks and software support to work out.
Battleborn's "Borderlands Plus A MOBA" action is in open beta from April 13 - 18.
Live out your fantasies of a C-tier government position in this latest city builder from Kalypso and Fragment Production.
Plus: A US Representative burns $1,000+ of campaign funds on Steam games, and Fable Legends clings to life. This is gaming news for April 4 - 8.
Didn't preorder Wolfenstein to get into the closed beta? Looks like you'll still get to try Doom's multiplayer before launch, for at least a weekend.
If we chart the progression of video games from Spacewar and Zork all the way through to 2016, then the HTC Vive is the next logical step towards realism.
The HTC Vive virtual reality headset may be impressive hardware, but it's the games and experiences that will make or break virtual reality. Here are the best SteamVR games in the HTC Vive launch lineup.
Quantum Break's PC port isn't perfect thanks to the Windows Store's inherent issues, but it runs (mostly) fine.
Dark Souls III committing to new consoles for this go-round makes it easily the best-looking game in the series.
Tom Clancy's The Division is a grind in every sense of the word.
Plus: Doom gets a live-action trailer and Dark Souls gets an eighties action trailer. This is gaming news for March 28 - April 1.