r/pcgaming 1d ago

Tech Support and Basic Questions Thread - June 26, 2022

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Welcome to the /r/pcgaming tech support and basic questions thread! Having troubles with a game or piece of hardware? Have a question about a PC game, hardware, or something else related to PC gaming? Post here and get help from fellow PC gamers.

When asking for help please give plenty of detail:

  • What your computer specifications are. If you don't know them please follow this guide.
  • If you're using a laptop we need to know the make/model as well as the specs.
  • What operating system you're using.
  • What you've tried so far in order to fix the issue.
  • Exact circumstances to replicate the issue you're having.

Check out these resources before asking for help in case you can troubleshoot further:

Common troubleshooting steps:

  • Restart the system
  • Update your drivers
  • Update game/software
  • Re-seat any new hardware to ensure a proper connection
  • If your peripherals are malfunctioning, swap ports and check that the specific USB port itself works.

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r/pcgaming 2d ago

Beat Your Backlog! Weekend Thread - June 25, 2022

15 Upvotes

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Welcome to the /r/pcgaming weekly Beat Your Backlog! thread. Are you like the rest of us and just have too many unplayed or barely played games in your library? If you answered yes then this the right place for you!

The rules are simple:

Provide us with the games from your back log and the community tells you what to play by commenting. Whichever game gets the most combined upvotes and comments is the game you play!

Once you're done with the game come to our community Discord and talk about it!

What this post isn't for:

  • Arguing about which games you think are better than the others.
  • Game suggestions to build your back log. That is the opposite of what we're doing here!

Resources for success:

Tips for success:

PCGamesN: How to deal with your gaming backlog

SquareXO: Five Tips to Beat Your Backlog

Wired: How to Get Through Your Overflowing Game Library


r/pcgaming 4h ago

Valorant will start listening to your voice chat in July.

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466 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 10h ago

Atlus Confirms Persona 5 Royal will include all DLC's when it launches on PC

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1.0k Upvotes

r/pcgaming 16h ago

Jan David Hassel: "10 years ago we released Spec Ops: The Line. We're scattered in the wind but I'm proud of what we made. Happy Birthday Delta Squad."

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2.8k Upvotes

r/pcgaming 19h ago Helpful Silver

Video Report Claims "Cyberpunk 2077" Bugs Weren’t Caught Because A QA Company Lied To CDPR

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1.0k Upvotes

r/pcgaming 7h ago

Developers of Steam's most wishlisted game The Day Before, has updated their website to say that they are an organisation comprised of both paid and unpaid 'volunteers'

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60 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 21h ago

Blade Runner Enhanced Edition is a disaster, not a remaster

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789 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 1d ago Helpful

Speculative Diablo Immortal is banned in China due to their Weibou account making a post mocking Xi jinping

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8.1k Upvotes

r/pcgaming 14h ago

Rumor: EA to Reveal FIFA, Need for Speed, And Skate In July

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78 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 17h ago Wholesome

Summer Games Done Quick 2022 returns in-person today

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151 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 20h ago

Raft has reached over 100k+ players since the start of the Steam Summer sale

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193 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 4h ago

Fall Guys players believe it's quicker to level up the battle pass if you lose

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5 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 21h ago

Shadowrun: Hong Kong is a perfect portrait of a cyberpunk city fighting for revolution

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155 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 22h ago

Gaming legend Bernie Stolar passes away

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193 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 13h ago

Steam Deck designer says SSD mod 'will significantly shorten the life of your Deck'

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33 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 20h ago

FFVII Remake Intergrade tops Steam Charts

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122 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 18h ago

Open-world Anime Style RPG "Tower of Fantasy" is coming to Steam in Q4 2022

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45 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 22h ago

Video UBOAT - Update 2022.1 Preview Trailer

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96 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 23h ago

The Callisto Protocol Will Have 10-11 Enemy Types, Players Will Be "Outside" but No Space Combat Confirmed

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105 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 15h ago

Good modding communities? Looking for games with lots of mods

19 Upvotes

I love modding games. Sometimes, I have more fun modding games rather than actually playing them (Skyrim). What are some good games with lots of mods or good modding communities? Here's some of the ones I can already think of.

GTA, Minecraft, Terraria, Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Stardew Valley, Cyberpunk, Elden Ring, Metal Gear Solid, Sims, Planet Zoo / Planet Coaster, Rimworld, Factorio, Etc.


r/pcgaming 15h ago

This is how much graphics cards should cost based on their performance alone

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22 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 3m ago

Nvidia Shield doesn't recognize a 2nd USB game controller anymore

Upvotes

I've got tw 8bitdo SF30 pro controlers. When they are connected via bluetooth, i can play 2 players games as intended.

When those two controlers are USB plugged they are recognize as one and same controler, making 2 players games impossible to play.

Anyone could confirm that using twice the same controllers the second one is recognize as the first one ?

Thank you very much !

Ps: tested on Retroarch and Dolphin, but i guess it is the same for every application.


r/pcgaming 12h ago

What are some futuristic shooters you could suggest?

6 Upvotes

Something between, say, Call of Duty 4 and Halo. Not quite modern era, not quite aliens and alien weaponry, something inbetween like a speculative military fiction with high-tech gadgetry, jetpacks, mechs, etc?

Some I enjoyed include Black Ops 2, Advanced Warfare, Infinite Warfare on the CoD side, as well the Crysis series, Ghost Recon Future Soldier, Titanfall 2, even something like Cyberpunk 2077 scratched that itch for me. I can't really think of any others off the top of my head, but this kind of level of military futurism. I'm looking mostly for campaign modes.

No budget, no spec constraints, although it would be lovely if it ran on the Steam Deck well.


r/pcgaming 2d ago

Overwatch 2 Will Replace The Original, Making It Unplayable In October

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9.9k Upvotes

r/pcgaming 2h ago

Any good Co-op PvE games out there?

0 Upvotes

The best game in the above category we played is 'The Forest'. Planning to buy GTFO now. Do you guys know any other good games in the above category?


r/pcgaming 7h ago

<giveaway> Half-Life 2 + Portal + The Witcher

0 Upvotes

Despite their age, Portal and Half-Life 2 are still must-plays IMO.

Just PM me your email address and name the game you want and I'll gift it to you through Steam.

EDIT: Giveaway over.