Capcom has been doing great lately, with its latest financial report from July 2021 showing a company-wide 16.8-percent sales increase (859.6 million), with its videogame division soaring – net sales up 25.6-percent ($691.3 million) and operating income up 53.1-percent ($340.2 million). Now, hoping to capitalize on the PC-gaming boom, Capcom want to make PC its main platform for games, with the initial aim being a 50-percent split between PC and console by 2022 or 2023.
The news comes courtesy of Capcom’s COO who spoke with Japanese news outlet Nikkei. That report was later reiterated by Bloomberg reporter Takashi Mochizuki. Further announcements include that Monster Hunter Rise – a game that has, so far, Nintendo Switch exclusive – will launch on PC in January 2022. Not a surprising move considering leaked data suggested that Monster Hunter World sold better on PC in the West than it...
A recent leak from Geforce Now’s database has pointed a some new first- and third-party games that could join Microsoft’s PC library. The most important of those games include Gears of War 6, the new Fable, and Halo 5: Guardians – the only released Halo not included in The Master Chief Collection.
Other games include:
Chrono Cross RemasterGod of WarResident Evil Remake
With a new report from Windows Central, we can see how some of these leaks corroborate with reporter Jez Corden’s earlier reports. It should be noted, however, that the list of games in this report could be outdated or simply cancelled projects. Some of Microsoft’s listings include games that are still using codenames, but it’s those games that hel[ lend some credibility to the entire report.
Oxide UnannouncedProject WoodstockProject HollandProject Typhoon
Project Holland became Fables reboot while Project Typhoon is said to be the latest game...
That's right, earthlings, Crypto is back and this time, he's invading the swinging sixties! After the KGB blew up his mothership, Crypto seeks revenge and travels to iconic places in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Soviet Union, Japan, and even to the Moon! Destroy All Humans! 2 is a full remake of the original game, adding and improving features while (re-)building the game from scratch in shiny Unreal Engine 4 visuals. The game is developed by Black Forest Games who successfully re-launched the Destroy All Humans!-Franchise in 2020 and is in development for PC, PS5™, and Xbox Series S/X.
Crypto is back with a license to probe. The alien invader returns, groovier than ever. Experience the swinging ‘60s in all its chemical-induced glory and take revenge on the KGB for blowing up your mothership. You’ll have to form alliances with members of the...
Ranbow Studios and THQ Nordic have annocuned MX vs. ATV Legends, the seventh installment of the long-running franchise (since MX vs. ATV Unleashed launched in 2005). We don’t have a debut date yet, nor did we hear anything about an MX vs. ATV All Out sequal, but we do know that Legends will come to PC via Steam, Xbox One, Xbox Sereis S/X, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.
Here’s a brief rundown of the game:
MX vs ATV franchise will make its PS5™ and Xbox Series X|S console debut in MX vs ATV Legends. Featuring the deepest career mode to date, MX vs ATV Legends invites you to carve your own path to the podium with unprecedented player choice including sponsorship opportunities and special invitational events. The all new Trails mode pits you against nature like never before! Your time is now!
Race your way to victory on bikes, ATV’s and...
GolemLabs and Publisher THQ Nordic have announced SuperPower III for PC during their 10th Anniversary livestream. There is no solid release date yet, however, we have the reveal trailer you see here and we know it will launch on Steam. Here’s a brief rundown of the game so far:
The long-awaited installment to the SuperPower series, SuperPower 3 is a mix of strategical and managerial elements and is the most complete and accurate geopolitical simulation game to date. This iteration brings modern graphics, present day military hardware and technology, as well as an improved EHE/AI technology for a tailor-made experience for every playstyle. The wide variety of approaches to the game gives you unprecedented freedom! You can focus on the big picture, like planning out entire wars, or on the smallest details imaginable. The whole planet will be watching your actions and the decisions you...
Logic and THQ Nordic have delivered a new trailer to give us insight into its new strategy game Expeditions: Rome. It’s scheduled to launch for Windows PC sometime before the end of 2021. Here’s a basic rundown of the game as we know it so far:
The future of Rome is in your hands: what will your legacy be?
Take on the role of a young Legatus whose father was murdered by an unknown political opponent, forcing you to escape Rome and take refuge in the military campaign to subdue a Greek rebellion. Step by step, you increase your military prowess, strengthen yourself in the forge of combat, and become the Legatus everyone learns to both respect, and to fear.
In Expeditions: Rome, you exert the will of Rome through your actions across the world stage, from the bright blue coasts of Greece to the deep forests...
Gas Station Simulator puts you at the head of a run-down gas station on Route 66 with the simple goal of making it successful or, perhaps, the best gas station there ever was. Your new station is located in the middle of nowhere and needs a lot of love. You have to paint, renovate, and even furnish. On top of these, to breathe new life into this old joint, you’ll have to tend customers, stock snacks, maintain inventory, and hire new workers, all while staying within a budget.
This isn’t a short-term game, either. It was designed specifically by developer Drago Entertainment to keep you busy for a long period of time. You’ll see your efforts improve something over time, while the mechanics may come off as tedious and grindy to those who aren’t exactly into the whole extreme simulator niche. Interestingly enough, Gas Station...
Updated: 11/25/2020 - Some new video footage of Cyberpunk 2077 with ray tracing has been released along with what hardware is required:
Can Your Computer Run Cyberpunk 2077 With Ray Tracing?
Updated: 9/18/2020 - Cd Projekt Red has released hardware requirements for Cyberpunk 2077 and what you need to enjoy ray tracing in game.
C:>systeminfo /u 220.127.116.11cyberpunk /p ******Loading Processor Information...Loading Memory Information...Loading Video Card Information...Saving data to: c:cp77hardware_requirements.infoDisplay now? y/nY pic.twitter.com/bhfDa51gkd— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) September 18, 2020
Much like the PlayStation vs. Xbox war, the PC vs. console war continues to rage, and the general consensus is that PC is better than consoles most of the time – at least until the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X launch, and we’ll have to revisit that statement. Be that as it may, Cyberpunk 2077 players on PC will have a huge advantage over console...
StarCraft 2 has been around for a long time – 10 years, as a matter of fact. And, while the game is quite competitive, even now, it’s time for Blizzard to move on to bigger and better things. As such, the company will no longer develop or release major updates for StarCraft 2, although it will continue to release balancing fixes as needed. Going forward, Blizzard will set its sights on “what’s next.”
This news comes via. a new dev update, in which Blizzard VP, Rob Bridenbecker, broke the news. The game will continue to be supported to some extent, but there will be no new for-purchase content and there won’t be a Q4 balance update due to the recently released update.
“We’re going to continue supporting StarCraft II in the same manner as we have with our previous longstanding games, such as Brood War, focusing...
A new statement from Kojima Productions has confirmed that the PC port of Death Stranding has been delayed by six weeks, until July 14, due to a temporary studio closing after an employee tested positive for COVID19.
We know this is bad news if you’re a PC player and itching to play. It is, arguably, one of the best games to hit PlayStation this year. However, the wait will be more than worth it, and the delay could be a lot worse. Being published by 505 for the PC, the game will feature a higher frame rate than on the PS4, and it’ll feature photo mode and ultrawide monitors support. And, don’t forget that there will be a Half-Life crossover event as well.
As far as we know, the game is still expected to launch simultaneously on Steam and the Epic Games Store, as you can...