In case you needed more proof we're reaching the end of a GPU generation, the "Free Games!" bundles are back. From now until November you can get three free games with Radeon Vega, RX 580, and RX 570 purchases.
Fallout 76 will launch on Bethesda.net instead of Steam on PC, but it isn't the first Bethesda game to do so.
Plus: Logitech acquires microphone maker Blue, Lords of the Fallen 2 restarts development from scratch, and a World of Warcraft bug deletes players' quest logs. Ouch. This is gaming news for July 30 to August 3.
For the keyboard nerds: Razer's Huntsman Elite has optical switches. For everyone else: The wrist rest is RGB-enabled. No, seriously.
Origin Access Premier gives PC gamers full access to every EA game, five days before games officially launch.
Plus Reaper's shotgun gets Nerfed (literally), Sunless Skies and Ion Maiden slip to 2019, and a Steel Division sequel is announced. This is gaming news for July 23 to 27.
No graphics card? No problem. These great games run on pretty much any PC or laptop.
The Banner Saga 3 is a fitting end to a very long journey, finally tying up four year's worth of loose ends and doing justice to its characters.
No Man's Sky's free Next update adds multiplayer, third-person view, crafting tweaks galore, and much more.
Plus: Todd Howard says "never say never" about another third-party Fallout, and August's releases (We Happy Few, Two Point Hospital, No Man's Sky NEXT) get new trailers. This is gaming news for July 16 to 20.
The July 17 patch brings huge changes to Middle Earth: Shadow of War, removing all microtransactions and fixing the part of the game that felt most designed to coerce players into buying them.
Plus: Release dates for Bard's Tale IV and Monster Hunter: World, and Epic slashes its revenue share for the Unreal Marketplace—while giving all content creators four years of back-pay. This is gaming news for July 9 to 13.
"Less than half of one percent of customers" clicked on Steam's old Upcoming Releases page, so the bar is pretty low for the new algorithm-driven "Popular Upcoming" list.
Drawing inspiration from roguelikes, Mooncrash's constant tension and resource management allow Prey's already impressive web of systems to truly shine.
Plus Rocket League is free all weekend, Bethesda talks smack about Sony's crossplay restrictions, and the Vive Pro finally gets properly pricey bundles. This is gaming news for July 2 to 6.