Plus: StarCraft II adds skins, Observer unveils Blade Runner's Rutger Hauer as the main character, Path of Exile shows off its massive Fall of Oriath expansion, and American Truck Simulator shuts down Pacific Coast Highway.
All of Doom's DLC is free now, but it comes as a ludicrous 34GB update—even if you don't plan to play multiplayer.
Sure, you can play these PC games alone, but they're way better with a buddy.
SteelSeries improves on the floating headband and also makes a play for the "affordable wireless" market with its latest Arctis 7 line.
All of Doom's DLC is now free: Nine maps, three guns, three playable demons, and a grab bag of other features.
Telltale's 2017 is all about superheroes as Guardians of the Galaxy and Batman finish out the year, but we'll see new Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us in 2018.
Plus: Just Cause 3 goes multiplayer, Wolfenstein gives you a glimpse of Nazified America with "German...or Else!" and Tony Hawk HD announces its impending expiration date.
Oculus is selling the Rift VR headset with bundled Touch controllers for $399 through the summer, and $499 after that
Forget about the blockbusters. These are some of the smaller, more interesting PC games you should be playing in 2017.
If you're still holding out for Palmer Luckey's promise of a $399 VR future, now's your chance—but does this mean there's a new Rift on the way?
MSI's GT75VR Titan downsizes to a 17-inch display and a single GTX 1080, but nabs an HDR display and a more useful mechanical keyboard in the process. Oh, and it's still enormous.
Plus your Shadow of Mordor nemesis will make it over into Shadow of War, Firefall is killed off, and an XCOM 2 expansion allows you to recruit aliens. This is gaming news for July 3 to 7.
Think Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai—shorter time period, smaller land mass, but centered around a watershed moment in history. And yes, the first will arrive before the next "real" Total War.
These are the best PC games of 2017 at the mid-way point of a surprisingly packed year.
Plus: Valve shows off diagrams and gifs of the Vive's finger-tracking controllers and a bevy of trailers for Total War: Warhammer II, XCOM 2's upcoming expansion, and more. This is gaming news for June 19 to 23.
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