Dieselpunk Wars Prologue Is Free-To-Play On Steam

Dieselpunk Wars

Image Power S.A., Roasted Games and PlayWay S.A.’s Dieselpunk Wars was Kickstarted back in early 2020. It didn’t have a lot of feedback or support, and it’s a rather small project, but the concept is pretty cool, and it’s currently free-to-play over on Steam right now. Continue reading “Dieselpunk Wars Prologue Is Free-To-Play On Steam”

Let It Die Surpasses 6 Million Downloads

Let It Die 6 Million

Grasshopper Manufacturer’s third-person, hack-and-slash, gory reality TV-style action game called Let It Die has managed to surpass more than 6 million downloads worldwide after releasing exclusively on the PlayStation 4 way back in December of 2016, and later on in September of 2018 on Steam for PC. Continue reading “Let It Die Surpasses 6 Million Downloads”

Project Torque, Troubled MMO Racer Makes A Return Via Steam

Project Torque

One of the most troubled racing games ever made is Project Torque. Invictus Games and Aeria Games’ free-to-play racing title was formerly known as Level-R and garnered a decent community of gamers who enjoyed online simcade racing games with a decent level of customization, mini-games, and various racing disciplines. But for one reason or another each time Project Torque would launch something would happen and it would end up getting shut down shortly thereafter. Well, Invictus Games is back again, and this time they have Jogara as the publisher of the Steam version of Project Torque. Continue reading “Project Torque, Troubled MMO Racer Makes A Return Via Steam”

Watchers, Free-To-Play Battle Royale Game Set In 1960s Goes Live

Watchers

Alawar Premium and developer Blindfold announced that the isometric Battle Royale game themed around 1960s survival, called Watchers, is currently live right now and free-to-play over on the Steam store. Continue reading “Watchers, Free-To-Play Battle Royale Game Set In 1960s Goes Live”

Warner Bros. Opens Up New Mobile Studio That Focuses On Free-To-Play Games

It’s a no-brainer for big publishers and developers (or for that matter smaller creators) to go mobile in an attempt to laugh all the way to the bank, especially when the mobile games in question happen to be free-to-play titles you can fill them to the brim with microtransactions. Well, the notorious Warner Bros. are at it again by creating a new studio in San Diego, California that’s all about free-to-play mobile games. Continue reading “Warner Bros. Opens Up New Mobile Studio That Focuses On Free-To-Play Games”

Star Trek Online Devs Apologize And Remove Dixie Audio Emote For Being “Problematic”

Star Trek Online Censorship

Cryptic Studios issued an apology recently and noted that they were sorry for including an audio emote of “Dixie’s song” in the form of a horn tune from The Dukes of Hazzard. They proceeded to announce that they also removed the audio emote from Star Trek Online. Continue reading “Star Trek Online Devs Apologize And Remove Dixie Audio Emote For Being “Problematic””

Destiny 2: New Light Reportedly Coming To PC Via Steam And Will Be Free-To-Play

According to a new blog that Bungie posted, Destiny 2 is currently undergoing a new naming process that will see the sequel to the first Destiny go by the moniker of “Destiny 2: New Light.” Additionally, the first-person looter shooter will be a free-to-play game, forgoing PS4 exclusive content, opting for cross-save, and moving from Battle.net on PC to Steam. Continue reading “Destiny 2: New Light Reportedly Coming To PC Via Steam And Will Be Free-To-Play”

DC Universe Online Set To Arrive On Nintendo Switch This Summer

DC Universe Online

Daybreak Game Company’s DC Universe Online is still trucking ahead. The game may have closed up shop on the PS3 but it will be making its debut on the Nintendo Switch this summer. Continue reading “DC Universe Online Set To Arrive On Nintendo Switch This Summer”

Dauntless Brings Free-To-Play Behemoth Slaying To PS4, Xbox One This Week

While PC players have been grinding through Dauntless in open beta for the past year, the game is finally set to celebrate an official launch this week, with all of that Monster Hunter-esque action finally making its way to the Xbox One and PS4. A Switch version is still planned, though it’s going to need some extra time in the oven. Continue reading “Dauntless Brings Free-To-Play Behemoth Slaying To PS4, Xbox One This Week”

Warhammer Age Of Sigmar: Champions Heads To Switch On April 16th With Cross-Play Support

Warhammer Age of SIgmar Champions

PlayFusion has teamed up with Games Workshop to bring Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions to the Nintendo Switch starting April 16th during the middle of the month on the Nintendo eShop. Continue reading “Warhammer Age Of Sigmar: Champions Heads To Switch On April 16th With Cross-Play Support”

Apex Legends Introduces New Hero, Wild Frontier Season This Week

“Wild Frontier” is officially dropping into Apex Legends, introducing the game’s first season of competitive play, fresh loot, and the popular battle royal game’s first brand new Legend, Octane. Continue reading “Apex Legends Introduces New Hero, Wild Frontier Season This Week”

Notmycar, Hyper-Masculine Battle Royale Game Featuring Vehicles Goes Live On Steam April 5th

Notmycar

Publisher Skybound Games and developer NMC Studios announced that a free-to-play Battle Royale game called Notmycar is in the works and it’s set to launch on Steam starting April 5th, next month. The Steam store page is currently live for the game, featuring a gameplay trailer and some in-game screenshots for the upcoming title. Continue reading “Notmycar, Hyper-Masculine Battle Royale Game Featuring Vehicles Goes Live On Steam April 5th”

SNOW Graduates From Early Access On Steam With Mixed Reviews

SNOW Launch

While a bunch of game studios seem to be eyeing a release on the Epic Games Store, Crytek seems content to keep their games on Steam… for now. The company’s latest published title to graduate from Early Access is called SNOW from Swedish developer Poppermost Productions. The game is currently available as a free-to-play title with limited functionality, or you can pick up the Ultimate Edition for $19.99. During the first week of release the Ultimate Edition will be marked down by 35% off the normal purchasing price up until February 21st, so you can get it for just $12.99 instead of $19.99. Continue reading “SNOW Graduates From Early Access On Steam With Mixed Reviews”