Satisfactory sold over 500,000 copies on the Epic Store, says developer

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Satisfactory sold over 500,000 copies on the Epic Store, says developer

Satisfactory, a game about building factories, has sold 507,374 copies according to developer Coffee Stain Studios' programmer and community manager Jace Valetti. In a video blog released today, Valetti set the record straight after weeks of jokingly implying that Satisfactory was selling poorly—presumably to push back on the idea that being an Epic Games Store exclusive would doom Satisfactory.

Watch Dogs 2, Ghost Recon Wildlands, and Far Cry Primal are $5 each on the Epic Games Store

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Watch Dogs 2, Ghost Recon Wildlands, and Far Cry Primal are $5 each on the Epic Games Store

The Epic Games Store has its fair share of critics, and there are some good reasons to be critical—its half-assed search functionality, for instance, or the inability to easily pull full-res screenshots from store pages. But it also offers some pretty spectacular prices at times, including at this moment a trio of big-name games from Ubisoft—Far Cry Primal, Ghost Recon Wildlands, and Watch Dogs 2—that you can pick up for just $5 each. 

Pathologic 2 adds 16 difficulty sliders so you can suffer however you want to

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Pathologic 2 adds 16 difficulty sliders so you can suffer however you want to

Ice-Pick Lodge recently decided, very reluctantly, to add a difficulty slider to Pathologic 2. It emphasized in the announcement that the game is really intended to be played at full-on toughness, but some players have apparently been struggling with it and the studio said it would rather people were able to enjoy "a tweaked experience" than none at all.   

Learn new details about Borderlands 3 at the PC Gaming Show

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Learn new details about Borderlands 3 at the PC Gaming Show

Borderlands 3 is out this September, and there's a lot we all know about it already. For example: It's going to have four new vault hunters to play, multiple planets to explore, and at least, like, five guns. Probably more! But we still have questions, and we're sure you do, too. What's the deal with the new baddies, the Calypso twins, and their weird cult? What's going on with Lilith, our returning Siren friend from previous Borderlands games? Can you pet Fl4k's dog (er, skag)?

Where to find Fortnite's racetracks for this week's challenge

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Where to find Fortnite's racetracks for this week's challenge

For a challenge for week five in Fortnite's Season 9 battle pass, you need to grab a vehicle—like a Quadcrasher—and complete a lap on each of the map's three racetracks. There's a desert one, a snowy one, and a grassland one, and they're pretty easy to find.

Where to find Fortnite's wind turbines

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Where to find Fortnite's wind turbines

Clean energy is the future. Fossil fuels will run out some day, and even whoever is behind the madness of the Fortnite island knows it. That's why, with season nine, a bunch of wind turbines sprung up around the map. And a week five challenge wants you to take in the scenery and visit a few of them. Here's every wind turbine location for easy battle points. 

The first Baldur's Gate 3 dev diary reveals the 'secret sauce' of Dungeons and Dragons

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The first Baldur's Gate 3 dev diary reveals the 'secret sauce' of Dungeons and Dragons

With Baldur's Gate 3 officially out in the open, developer Larian Studios has launched a new series of community update videos that will document the process of creating what founder Swen Vincke said will be "the bestest and biggest RPG" that Larian has ever made. The first video starts things off with a bang, as Swen reveals the "secret sauce of Dungeons and Dragons," and how he came upon it: During a tour of Wizards of the Coast, he killed a guy and stole his soul. 

These new gaming chairs have steel frames, support up to 330 pounds

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These new gaming chairs have steel frames, support up to 330 pounds

Sharkoon has designed another line of gaming chairs that takes its inspiration "from the world of motor racing," which is a fancy way of saying it has racing stripes, and is shaped differently than a standard productivity seat. Beyond the shape and color options, however, Sharkoon says its new Elbrus 3 line is both comfortable and sturdy.