Your job as the Doomslayer is pretty straightforward: see demons, kill demons. That makes the demons you fight in any Doom game one of its most important aspects, and game director Hugo Martin has provided a quick introduction to the gallery of fiends you’ll be eviscerating in Doom Eternal.
Crowbar Collective, the creators of Half-Life fan remake Black Mesa, says its game is nearing the end of its five-year sojourn through Steam’s early access program. Version 1.0 of Black Mesa is just about ready to go into beta testing, with a full release expected to follow shortly after.
After a bit more than a month in beta, Season 2 of Vermintide 2 is upon us. The second season features reworked maps from the Drachenfels expansion from the original Vermintide, with new maps planned for rollout over the course of the season. Season 2 arrives along with a major game update that addresses a long list of bugs players discovered during the Season 2 beta, and readjusts some weapons and abilities that were resulting in broken builds.
David Galindo’s Cook, Serve, Delicious games are about short-order cooking – you take charge of a kitchen, construct a menu, then slap together orders as quickly as possible with rapid-fire key combinations unique to each item. Now he’s taking that show on the road: Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3!? is about running a food truck – and it’s also set in the post-apocalypse.
Less than an hour before the start of the inaugural Call of Duty League broadcast, Activision-Blizzard announced a deal with Google that will see the mega-publisher’s official esports events broadcast exclusively on YouTube. The deal covers Overwatch League, Call of Duty League, Hearthstone esports, “and more.”
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After a series of limited launches, Legends of Runeterra’s open beta kicks off in a matter of hours. If you missed out on the chance to sign up for early access to the open beta, then today, January 24, is your chance to get in on the latest word on digital card games. Here’s exactly when you can expect to play in your region.
Rocket League developer Psyonix has announced it’s putting out the final patch for MacOS and Linux versions of its car-based sports game in March, meaning support for online functionality is going away on those platforms. Fear not, however, PC players – nothing’s changing for our home platform.