Right now, adding Rocket League to your Epic Games Store account will get you a $10 coupon for a future game purchase. Seriously, get on this now.
On the surface, Control's a great game. But when you go a bit deeper...
Nintendo's newest Super Mario 3D All-Stars, World's End Club hits Apple Arcade, Into the Breach free on the Epic store, Fuser arriving Nov. 10, and Lab Zero's latest woes.
Path of Exile's new Heist league, India bans PUBG mobile, Nvidia's three new RTX cards, the Nintendo x Puma shoe collab, and Cyberpunk 2077's latest 200GB drama.
EA Play now on Steam for $4.99/month, the Tellstones board game, Madden NFL 21's Metacritic user score, and a new game mode for Left 4 Dead 2.
Epic loses their App Store account, you can now pre-register for PS5 pre-orders, Facebook's Horizon, Annapurna announces 12 minutes, and Control's headed to GOG.
Apple must allow access to Unreal tools (but not Fortnite), Call of Duty removes Tiananmen Square footage from trailer, Unity's nitty-gritty financials, "The Story of the LEC" video, and a Street Fighter V tournament's fart-riddled cast.
As Harvest winds down, there's been a strong debate about the future of one of the league's most notable aspects: deterministic crafting. But what is deterministic crafting and why is it important?
Microsoft joins the fight against Apple, the new Sega Astro City Mini, an unexpected new Lord of the Rings game, fallout at Lab Zero Games, and free DLC for Cyberpunk 2077.
In today's news: Microsoft Flight Simulator's 212-story tower, Vampire: Masquerade Bloodlines 2 drama, Wasteland 3 gets multiplayer co-op, two new free games on the Epic store, and a possible Prince of Persia Remake.