One of the games announced during yesterday's big PlayStation 5 presentation was a "story-driven action adventure" called Kena: Bridge of Spirits. My initial impression, maybe because of the Pixar-like visual style, was that it would likely be a PS5 exclusive, but that's actually not the case. Kena is also coming to PC, and in fact is listed on the Epic Games Store right now.
In recent years, many ISPs have started offering modems with a built-in wireless router, negating the need to purchase one on your own to equip your home with Wi-Fi capabilities. You may want to consider buying one anyway. According to the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) survey, ISP customers who purchase a third-party router are all around "happier" with their home Wi-Fi experience.
Microsoft and Asobo Studio have given us some extremely in depth looks into how they're putting together the absurdly realistic Microsoft Flight Simulator, and in the latest video it's weather forecasting that's in the spotlight. It's a dense eight-minute science class, but if you're in the mood for something more breezy, you can just gawk at all the striking footage of clouds, mountains and cities.
The Resident Evil series has become the first in Capcom's 40-year history to exceed 100 million sales, the publisher has announced, infesting the world with zombies and mutants.
Hitman: Absolution can be yours for the low cost of nothing at all. GOG is giving away Agent 47's least popular outing, not counting the films, for the next three days.
Gods & Monsters, Ubisoft's mythological RPG, doesn't have a release date yet, but yesterday it went live on Stadia, allowing a few hundred people to play for 30 minutes.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare season 4 is out now, accompanied by a chunky 45GB update, and you can get a taste of it even if you don't own the game. Modern Warfare is hosting another free weekend, which you can access via Warzone.
One of the key figures behind Intel's chipmaking efforts is departing the company. Jim Keller, senior VP of the Technology, Systems Architecture, and Client Group (TSCG) and general manager of the Silicon Engineering Group (SEG) joined the company in 2018 to lead the way in the company's designs, yet his stint at Intel has been short-lived as he leaves effective immediately.
It's been a while since we heard anything from Octodad developer Young Horses, but last night it finally revealed what it's been working on: Bugsnax. It's a narrative-driven romp set on an island full of weird creatures that are part bug, part snack.