You can play Battlerite Royale for free this week

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You can play Battlerite Royale for free this week

Free-to-play MOBA Battlerite released a battle royale game in September, Battlerite Royale—which costs $20, though it will be free-to-play when it fully launches from Early Access. It hasn't exactly made a huge splash in the battle royale scene, possibly due to that price tag, but that may change this week. As part of Midweek Madness on Steam, which runs from Tuesday to Thursday, Battlerite Royale will be free to try.

Monster Hunter: World's raid boss, Kulve Taroth, is coming to PC November 2

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Monster Hunter: World's raid boss, Kulve Taroth, is coming to PC November 2

If you're a Monster Hunter: World veteran, you've likely been waiting a long time for Kulve Taroth to appear in the PC version. This golden Elder Dragon first stomped onto consoles back in April, before the PC version was even released, and hasn't returned since. Requiring a full team of 16 hunters to fight, Kulve Taroth is a boss unlike anything else in Monster Hunter: World. And, until recently, PC players had no clue when they'd get the chance to fight Kulve Taroth.

Graveyard Keeper update lets you raise the dead and make them do your boring chores

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Graveyard Keeper update lets you raise the dead and make them do your boring chores

On Halloween there are tricks and there are treats, but this free update to Graveyard Keeper is most definitely a treat. Not only can you now resurrect the dead with a new crafting table, but you can put your zombies to work, doing all the boring shit you got tired of doing almost immediately: chopping wood, mining stone, tending your garden, and even crafting and selling items. You can watch the trailer for the Breaking Dead update above, perhaps with tears in your eyes at the thought of someone else doing your neverending busywork.

Hitman 2 studio 'had to let a lot of people go' following split with Square Enix

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Hitman 2 studio 'had to let a lot of people go' following split with Square Enix

Io Interactive has spoken with Gamespot about its split from Square Enix last year, which "decided to withdraw from the business" despite the studio's success with Hitman. Associate director Eskil Mohl told the site that "it's sort of a miracle" that Io is still around, but said that the layoffs it was forced to undergo as a result of its unexpected independence has helped the remaining team members pull together.