Plus: Destiny 2's scented candles, Rez Infinite makes its way to PC (and PC VR), Gearbox unveils its new-project-that-isn't-Borderlands-3, and Humble gives away copies of Pony Island.
The RGB-laden Razer Base Station Chroma might be a sign of the apocalypse.
Plenty of new PC games are still coming in 2017. These are the ones we're most interested in.
Twitch Prime members can grab a free copy of Day of the Tentacle Remastered through August 9.
The Alienware 17 R4 gaming laptop delivers the goods with a Core i7-7820HK and GTX 1080, albeit in a hefty package.
Plus: Pillars of Eternity II shows off the huge city of Neketaka, Creative Assembly turns 30, survival games finally graduate from Early Access, and more. This is gaming news for July 31 to August 4.
Summer's coming to a close, but the Xbox wireless adapter for PCs just debuted its beach body.
Divinity: Original Sin II adds split-screen multiplayer, even for the PC version. Finally you can threaten your friend with physical harm after they stab your character in the back.
Plus: Middle Earth: Shadow of War turns spider-Shelob into Milla Jovovich, Wolfenstein II sends a quarterback to space, Dying Light announces 10 more free DLCs, and more.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was the best demo we saw at E3, but our latest hands-on proves how important it is to find a demo that stands out.
Logitech's sleek G533 wireless headset doesn't quite outperform its older G933 sibling, but it certainly looks a lot more professional.
Pyre, the latest from Bastion and Transistor developer Supergiant, is as gorgeous and creative as anything the studio's done—but repetitive.
The Cloud Revolver S brings new EQ options and better in-line controls to last year's Cloud Revolver model, but with the highest price tag we've seen to date on a HyperX headset.
Plus: StarCraft II adds skins, Observer unveils Blade Runner's Rutger Hauer as the main character, Path of Exile shows off its massive Fall of Oriath expansion, and American Truck Simulator shuts down Pacific Coast Highway.
All of Doom's DLC is free now, but it comes as a ludicrous 34GB update—even if you don't plan to play multiplayer.