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The latest update also makes it easier to find games and redeem codes in the store.
Plus: Battle.net adds voice chat, a sneak peek at the Doom alpha, and someone mods the original (terrible) voice acting back into Resident Evil. This is gaming news for October 19-23.
Not just "not out of the bounds of reason." 343's Frank O'Connor literally said there's "plenty of chance" it could happen.
Upgraded to Windows 10 because of DirectX 12? There's finally a game for you to benchmark your rig.
Rainbow Six Siege was originally scheduled to launch last week. Instead we went to Ubisoft's office to play five more hours ahead of release.
One day a Kickstarter game will come out on time, but it is not this day. After a few months of back-and-forth, Cyan has officially pushed Obduction back to early next year.
Sword Coast Legends isn't quite the Neverwinter successor I hoped for, but its four-versus-one tabletop gimmick still seems like a lot of fun.
Plus: Fallout 4 gets a live-action trailer, The Witcher 3 sics a tax collector on cheaters, and Overwatch announces a closed beta date. This is gaming news for October 12-16.
Valve is trying to create long-term relationships with Steam users, and ads could have a negative impact while also costing money to implement. “It would be a bad business decision, let alone just dumb,” Valve's Erik Johnson said.
"What does a mod of the Steam Controller look like? I don't know," said Valve's Robin Walker. "But I think in a year we will know, and it'll be awesome."
Steam Machines are finally here, buoyed by Valve's Steam Link and Controller. Here's our impressions of all three.
Soon, you won't be able to get Game Ready drivers for your GeForce graphics card unless you hand your email address over to Nvidia.
Plays.tv's video client now automatically IDs and highlights your most epic moments in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, making it a breeze to create and share highlight reels.
Wasteland 2 gets a Game of the Year edition/Director's Cut/HD remaster/re-release/whatever you want to call it. Basically, it's even better than it was before. You should play it.
Nvidia’s server-based GeForce Now game service performs surprisingly well with the proper setup, but there are still too many reasons to stay away.
A $25 USB add-on will let you use your Xbox One controller with your Windows games, and it's only days away.