Every week PCGamesN recount the highest performing titles on Valve’s platform, from the ten Steam top sellers to the Steam games with the most concurrent players. Why? Because knowing what games people are flocking to is useful for discovering new titles and reminding us of the ones we really ought to have tried by now.
Since the reveal of Anthem at E3 earlier this summer, there’s been some uncertainty about how the game’s single-player and multiplayer would mesh with one another. As BioWare general manager Casey Hudon put it in a recent blog post; “how can there be agency of your story in a living world that you share with friends?”
World of Warcraft fans might be gearing up for the release of Battle for Azeroth, the long-running MMOs seventh expansion, but they might not have noticed that Blizzard’s flagship game just passed a major milestone of its very own. World of Warcraft has now been live for more than 5,000 days.
AMD has launched a semi-custom chip for Chinese electronics manufacturer Zhongshan Subor – thus solving the mystery baffling onlookers ever since the package, nicknamed AMD Fenghuang, first appeared in benchmarks. This bespoke SoC (system-on-chip) will power both a gaming PC and a console within the Chinese market very soon.
Ahead of the release of the new World of Warcraft expansion, Battle for Azeroth, Blizzard has released a new cinematic, this time focusing on the Orgrimmar leader Varok Saurfang. The cinematic was unveiled last night, having been initially revealed at the ChinaJoy conference in Shanghai.