r/pcgaming 17h ago Silver Helpful

Blizzard producer Tracy Kennedy says Bobby Kotick would shove random Overwatch projects with overtime, only to get them cancelled and for months of OW2 dev to have been lost.

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r/pcgaming 8h ago

Sony Expects Microsoft to Keep Activision Games Multiplatform

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2.7k Upvotes

r/pcgaming 5h ago

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga launches on April 5th

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340 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 22h ago

God of War - Patch v1.0.2 has released

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294 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 17h ago

Steam games that have been tested by Valve for Deck compatibility are now viewable on SteamDB

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257 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 8h ago

A whole bunch of games just got Steam Deck Verified

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182 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 5h ago

Video The original Final Fantasy VII can now run at 60FPS thanks to the FFNx modding project

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175 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 3h ago Wholesome

Modders are having fun with God of War on PC

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204 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 22h ago

Chinese government introduces new regulations for gamers for Lunar New Year 2022

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114 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 14h ago

Ubisoft has a weird system for accessing their games through PC Game Pass

95 Upvotes

With Rainbow Six Extraction and Rainbow Six Siege now live on PC Game Pass, you would expect to be able to download them straight from the Xbox PC app, right?

Nope!

Ubisoft, being Ubisoft, has decided to implement a separate system in order to access games they have on PC Game Pass where you have to link your Game Pass subscription to a Ubisoft account at this site and then use their client in order to download and play said games.

There are a few probabilities why Ubisoft went this route (The Microsoft Store doesn't support games that require another client to launch. Ubisoft doesn't want to give Microsoft a cut of the in-game revenue), but to be honest, I felt like Ubisoft bringing some of their games to PC Game Pass was going to come with a catch.


r/pcgaming 21h ago

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen's Steam server is currently offline because of an issue Capcom discovered.

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76 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 5h ago

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has led to extensive crunch at development studio TT Games

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70 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 5h ago

Windjammers 2 has released on Steam and PC Game Pass

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61 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 3h ago

Dyson Sphere Program- Major Update 'The Icarus Evolution' is Now Available

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68 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 19h ago

Witchfire: A date, a feature, an indie drama and the biggest Q&A yet!

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52 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 11h ago

Chernobylite Team is looking for feedback regarding their game

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50 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 4h ago

Why is Larian the only studio making co op crpgs?

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These games are heavily based off of tabletop games like dnd, which are best played with a group of players. Yet the other recent major titles like Pillars, Kingmaker/Wotr, Tyranny, and Solasta are all single player. Don’t get me wrong, I get the draw to a solo experience. But Larian has managed to develop engaging single player stories that have the option for co op. My dnd group loves playing Divinity and are heavily anticipating Baldurs Gate 3, but there’s so many other great games in the genre that would be a blast with friends. Im just surprised Larian is the only studio doing this


r/pcgaming 4h ago

Video Homeworks Cataclysm Review (Emergence) - MandaloreGaming

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51 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 18h ago

Deadly Dozen Reloaded Steam Page is up (Remake of 2001 game)

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45 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 1h ago

HITMAN 3 is now available on Steam

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r/pcgaming 6h ago

Nvidia compares RTX 3050 to GTX 1050 on product page graph

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50 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 8h ago

Inscryption’s Player Base Has Doubled Since the Game Launched in October on Steam

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41 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 1h ago

Xbox CEO Phil Spencer on reviving old Activision games as Microsoft positions itself as tech’s gaming company

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r/pcgaming 2h ago

Death's Door, Hitman Trilogy, pupperazzi, Rainbow Six Extraction, Windjammers 2 and Rainbow Six: Siege are now available for PC Game Pass

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32 Upvotes

r/pcgaming 4h ago

Vampire Survivors is fairly addicting

29 Upvotes

There's a neat, newish game on Steam Early access called Vampire Survivors that I came across and it already has nearly 4000 user reviews marking it "Overwhelmingly Positive" yet I don't see any mention of it here so I figured I'd share. It's $3 full price so barrier to entry is extremely low already, but what you get is a fun and addictive experience.

The gameplay loop is primarily avoiding enemies and purchasing new weapons or upgrades at each level-up. Your character auto attacks enemies on intervals, and there are things that'll help increase attack speed, movement speed. Some weapons are specific in their directionality, others are random strikes, so while that random lighting starts off seemingly inefficient, if you upgrade it enough it starts just wrecking house.

More and more enemies attack as the time goes on to a point where eventually you will generally get overwhelmed unless you've got a good set of upgrades. You'll pick up money throughout the game which you can use to give permanent upgrades to your hero. Then, you start again! It's a bunch of fun. The only complaint I've got is that it's a little light on the overall content, but for $3 and promise of more to come with Early Access, it's hard to really complain about anything. Just a fun time.