Tag: PC Game News

Resident Evil Village release month and online mode revealed by ransomware attack on Capcom

Earlier this month, Capcom were hacked by a ransomware attack. They’ve now announced that personal information of customers, employees, and shareholders has been potentially compromised, but not credit card information. So far, what’s being revealed

Unsurprisingly, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla isn’t that historically accurate

This will likely come as a surprise to no one, but Ubisoft’s latest sneaky murder adventure, Asassin’s Creed Valhalla, doesn’t seem to be very historically accurate. It’s nothing huge or revelatory – I’m sure we

PS5 Dualsense controllers already (mostly) work on Steam

The best thing about new console launches is that we get new controllers to play around with on the PC. I’ve been waiting months for the new PlayStation 5 Dualsense controller to drop through my

Samsung’s best NVMe SSDs are cheaper than ever right now

Samsung’s 970 Evo and 970 Evo Plus SSDs are two of the best NVMe drives you buy for your gaming PC right now, and the 1TB and 2TB models are now cheaper than ever thanks

Blood Bowl 3’s getting a closed beta next year – but guaranteed entry will cost you

We are almost in the final quarter of Blood Bowl 3’s development. The turn-based American Football and Warhammer mash-up is scheduled to come out next year, but Games Workshop have announced it will be preceded

Screenshot Saturday Sundays: Taking the dog for a walk on hexagonal hills

Screenshot Saturday Sundays! While we’re neck-deep in a month of massive game releases, let’s take another Sunday to remind ourselves of the refreshingly small curiosities folks are posting over on the #screenshotsaturdays tag. This week:

Did you spot Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s period-appropriate arcade classics?

Turns out, Activision didn’t sprout from the ground fully formed as a Call Of Duty money-printing machine. Shocking, I know, but it seems the publishers were making cabinet games all the way back in the

Destiny 2’s Trials Of Osiris are on hold for two weeks

So, you’ve just beaten Destiny 2: Beyond light, powered up your Guardian with the slickest gear, and feel ready to take on the world in high-stakes wizard PVP. Well, I hate to break it to

Lil Nas X will debut a new song in Roblox tonight

Live concerts are over, videogames are the new music gigs. While Fortnite probably holds some kind of record for hosting the most concerts, film premieres and documentaries, it hardly holds a monopoly on virtual performances.

Ubisoft ditch achievements, starting with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Now, I wouldn’t call “racking up achievements” an essential part of the Viking power fantasy. Yet, when they appeared to be mysteriously absent from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the uproar could’ve easily been heard in the