The wait is over: Final Fantasy XIV‘s servers are back online, and patch 5.5 Death Unto Dawn has landed. This update serves as the mid-point between the game’s previous expansion, Shadowbringers, and the upcoming one, Endwalker (which will
Davigo begs the question: why didn’t this exist already? It’s an asymmetric multiplayer game in which one player in a VR headset attempts to swipe and slam up to four tiny, nimble players on desktop computers, who each wield rocket
Path Of Exile 2 has been quiet since it was announced in late 2019, due in part to some delays caused by Covid-19. Now the free-to-play action RPG sequel has resurfaced with a new trailer and a new twenty minute
People Can Fly’s new third-person looter shooter Outriders had a rough start to life when it launched last week, with performance issues on PC and a fair amount of server downtime. To make up for the frustration caused by
Hack-hunting group Secret Club have revealed multiple exploits affecting Source Engine games like CS:GO, which could allow hackers to steal player data via Steam invites and community servers. They claim they reported one of these exploits to Valve
Looter shooter Outriders hasn’t had the smoothest of starts, with cross-platform play being borked since launch, and a bug that’s wiped player inventories. A recent patch has re-enabled crossplay, but the inventory wipe bug still lingers.