Divinity: Original Sin 2, the sequel to 2014’s top-down RPG Divinity: Original Sin has hit an amazing milestone. The top-down RPG has surpassed a total of a million copies sold worldwide within just months of its release. It’s a pretty significant statistic, especially considering the game follows the same formula as classic RPGs, a fairly niche genre in today’s standards.
Blizzard Entertainment is continuously on the pulse of its Overwatch fanbase providing updates, bug fixes, cosmetics and new characters for the ever hungry multitude of competitive gamers. But if you feel like most recently there hasn’t been enough content from the developers, Overwatch’s leading man, Jeff Kaplan recently spoke up on the game’s forums, stating that gamers can expect a host of new content coming to the game very soon.
Cuphead, the 1920’s themed platformer has proven that difficulty just makes games more pumped up to play it. The title developed by StudioMDHR has passed the one million figure on Steam alone, according to SteamSpy. Well in total we don’t really know what the number is (the game has been sold on multiple other PC marketplaces such as Windows Store and GOG.com) it’s still a pretty significant statistic, given that the title is an indie game and has been hailed as one of the most difficult games this year has seen.
The nightmarish, Lovecraftian tale of Black Mirror is out now and yours to enjoy on PC, Mac or Linux.
While Yooka-Laylee, the quirky 3D platforming title already released on Xbox One and PS4 consoles a couple months back, Switch gamers will finally get to experience the title on Nintendo’s hybrid console, alongside some swanky additions 14 December.
Since the launch of Epic Game’s battle royale mode in Fortnite, a huge influx of players have been funnelling into the game’s servers, and with this influx comes a host of sneaky gamers looking to cheat. Epic Games responded by banning cheating accounts and suing the worst offenders. One of which is a 14-year old child from Delaware, his mother responded to the allegation via an open letter which you can read, here.