Detroit: Become Human is the most recent game from Quantic Dream, the creators of Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls – and while all three of those games were previously exclusive to PS4, it’s recently been announced that they’ll be coming to PC, only on the Epic Games Store. Now, thanks to Epic, we know roughly how powerful a PC you’ll need to run these games.
Day: March 23, 2019
The latest free game from the Humble Bundle store has been revealed, and it’s none other than Tacoma – the first-person space station-set mystery adventure, and developer Fullbright’s follow-up to the award-winning Gone Home.
Vampire The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 was revealed this week, and despite being a year from release we’ve already got a lot of information about the game – and it’s looking very promising. Now the kindly folk at publisher Paradox has revealed a couple of extra important facts about Bloodlines 2 – it’ll support the latest Nvidia features, and it’ll have mod support.
The announcement that the Halo Master Chief Collection would be coming to PC was met with a great deal of fanfare in the community. Comprising all the FPS games in the series up to and including Halo 4, a PC port of the Halo MCC has been hoped for since it first released on Xbox One in 2014. In the last five years, all PC Halo fans had to sustain them was Halo mods – and now the team behind one of those mods says that they are “responsible for it coming to PC right now.”
It’s been rumored for a while, but the epic new mode for Star Wars Battlefront 2 has at last been revealed – and it’s coming to the game as a free update this Tuesday, March 26. It’s called Capital Supremacy, and matches involve fighting a tense battle on the ground before invading a capital ship in space. However, there’s one key part of the Star Wars experience that won’t feature – Starfighters.
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As we approach the release of Mortal Kombat 11 in just a month’s time, developer Netherrealm continues to trickle out new fighter reveals. At Chicago’s C2E2 event this week, the studio revealed two at once: Noob Saibot and Shang Tsung. It was also announced that not only would Shang Tsung be MK11’s first DLC fighter, he’s actually being voiced by his actor from the 1995 live-action Mortal Kombat movie.
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