This week: Far Cry 5 (or 7), Bayonetta PC does well, IO cuts staff, Keystone announced, Vanquish on PC, Friday the 13th: The Game.
Telltale’s ongoing take on Guardians of the Galaxy will continue with the second episode of five next month.
Originally scheduled for 24 May, an update to the most recent Dawn of War 3 community post confirms a delay for the next patch.
Shinji Mikami’s Vanquish finally makes its way to the PC as part of SEGA’s newfound love for ports. PC Invasion take a look at the results.
Bethesda are offering everyone a free weekend in post-apocalyptic Boston, by making Fallout 4 available for nothing.
Larian have settled on a 14 September release date for Divinity: Original Sin 2, and the Early Access build has a major new update.
PC Invasion get an overview of SEGA’s recent PC porting policy from SEGA Europe’s SVP of Commercial Publishing, John Clark.
SEGA Europe’s Senior Vice President of Commercial Publishing, John Clark, says SEGA are “really happy” with Bayonetta PC sales.
Oh look, another Dota 2 patch! Only this one doesn’t involve either hats or heroes, but instead on performance.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind expansion launches on 6 June; here’s what time it goes live in your region.
Alex Thomas’ stealth themed title Killers and Thieves gets an appropriately stealthy release. Peter steals a look.
Tekken 7 heads PC-wards on 1 June, which means PC users probably want to know what it’ll take to run.