Borderlands spin-off Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands heading to Steam this week


If you’ve been eyeing up Borderlands spin-off Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands but have been disinclined to purchase it during its Epic Games Store exclusivity period, you might like to know it’s making the leap to Steam this Thursday, 23rd June. Released on Epic, PlayStation, and Xbox in March, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands takes the tabletop-inspired action of … Read more

EA boss Andrew Wilson sees $20m annual pay cut


Andrew Wilson, boss of FIFA and Battlefield publisher EA, has seen his annual pay reduced to $19.9m, down from $39.2m previously. The roughly $20m pay cut was signalled last summer, when EA acknowledged “stockholder feedback” from a non-binding but decisive say-on-pay vote. In a nutshell, stockholders said EA’s execs were being handed pay awards from … Read more

Destiny 2 cheaters agree to pay Bungie $13.5m


A group of Destiny 2 cheaters have agreed to settle ongoing litigation filed by developer Bungie, and pay $13.5m in damages. The settlement means cheat company Elite Boss Tech and its various associates have accepted Bungie’s claim its cheat software violated Destiny 2’s user agreement. In return, Bungie has dropped other claims of its own … Read more

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is in development


It’s been a long old wait but Capcom has finally announced it’s working on a sequel to cult-classic fantasy RPG Dragon’s Dogma. Speculation has been rife regarding a follow-up to the well-regarded 2012 game for some time, only exacerbated by Capcom’s decision to host a tenth anniversary livestream for the not exactly blockbuster title. It … Read more

Cyberpunk 2077 expansion will launch next year – and more DLC is in the works


As part of its latest earnings report, CD Projekt has confirmed Cyberpunk 2077’s previously announced paid expansion – which the developer says will deliver a “new storyline” – is now expected to arrive next year, and that additional DLC is in the works. Details on Cyberpunk 2077’s paid story expansion have remained limited following CD … Read more

China cracks down on livestreams of “unauthorised” games


China is reportedly stepping up its regulations around streaming “unauthorised” video games. As reported by Reuters (thanks, PC Gamer), Chinese government agency The National Radio and Television Administration has justified the move by insisting that “for a period of time, issues such as chaotic online livestreaming and teenage addiction to games have raised widespread concerns … Read more