Developer Mimimi, which made the excellent stealth game Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, is reviving the Wild West, real-time tactics series Desperados.
Supermassive Games, the studio responsible for PS4-exclusive horror adventure game Until Dawn, has announced The Dark Pictures—an anthology series of cinematic horror games. Check out the announcement trailer for its first entry, Man of Medan, above.
Avalanche Studios has released a new Just Cause 4 gameplay video showing hero Rico Rodriguez chasing a tornado, railgunning a wind cannon and grappling hook diving off of a drone. It's as brilliantly absurd as it sounds.
'Collectathon' platformer A Hat in Time will add split-screen co-op next month alongside DLC that will be free for one day only.
Logitech won't stop until everyone knows that wireless gaming mice are no longer slower, lag-prone alternatives to wired mice. They're not about compromises anymore. They're better. Logitech's newest mouse, available by the end of the month, is its big statement on wireless performance, designed to be so good, esports players will happily use it. The G Pro Wireless is absurdly light for a gaming mouse at only 80 grams, and yet it's rated at more than 40 hours of battery life with its RGBs on.
Modders have been hard at work updating Skyrim mods to work with its Special Edition re-release, and you will be—or at least should be—delighted to hear that Ravelen's Sinister Seven mod has officially made the jump. Originally released in early 2015, the Sinister Seven adds seven powerful NPC assassins that hunt you down as you level up, injecting a little tension into the main story.
Late last week, Steam.tv popped into existence and then quickly popped out, but not before the internet noticed that Valve had silently launched a new streaming website—cuing speculation that it plans to take on Twitch. Today, Valve has properly launched Steam.tv.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night became the richest videogame Kickstarter of all time when it pulled in more than $5.5 million in the summer of 2015. Despite having all that green lying around, actually getting it finished is proving to be a real challenge. It was initially slated to come out in March 2017, but that was eventually pushed to the first half of 2018. And in a Kickstarter update posted today, Iga—that's producer Koji Igarashi—delayed it again.
Earlier this month, OpenAI Five, a Dota bot created by the engineers at non-profit AI research company OpenAI, destroyed a team of top-level Dota 2 players. Back in 2017, a more primitive version of the AI crushed a Dota pro in a 1v1 fight. This week, that same AI will play three matches at The International Dota 2 championship.