Let’s be actual, nothing on this information round-up goes to high the tales we already wrote up this week: Halo is coming to PC again after 15 years, and Valve’s letting you stream PC games to your cellphone or laptop computer when you’re away from dwelling. Those are each large tales. What’s left? Comparatively minor.

But Dwarf Fortress is coming to Steam, Gearbox is teasing two recreation reveals at PAX East later this month, somebody recreated Star Wars: Episode I Racer in Unreal 4, the Rising Storm devs are creating a brand new shooter set in an alt-history Cold War, and Doom has one other horrible film adaptation developing quickly. Like critically, so dangerous Uwe Boll might’ve directed a greater movie.

This is gaming information for March 11 to 15.

Humble beginnings

No freebies this week, however I do wish to spotlight among the best Humble Bundles shortly—a minimum of, in the event you’re a method fan. The Humble Strategy Bundle 2019 is packed stuffed with video games, together with Offworld Trading Company and Stellaris, however the actual coup is on the high. Paying for the $15 tier nets you a replica of Civilization VI which, whereas not folks’s favourite Civilization, remains to be a discount at that worth.


If there was any remaining doubt, Gearbox squashed it this week: Borderlands 3 is sort of actually being introduced at PAX East later this month. All we have now to go on is a street sign with some vaguely Borderlands-esque paint scrawls on it, however uh, come on. It’s Borderlands.

Borderlands 3?

What’s extra stunning: Gearbox is doubtlessly revealing two video games at PAX East. After the Borderlands-most likely tweet went out, Gearbox followed up with “Time to tease another game for PAX!” and a picture of a dismembered robotic on an working desk. Battleborn 2? Except this time it’s a Battle-Royale-Born? Let’s hope not.

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Die and die typically

This endless spring launch cycle continues subsequent week with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the most recent From Software recreation. Hopefully it’s good, as a result of we’ll be too busy with GDC to even check out it till post-release. This week’s launch trailer has me excited to wrap the present, come dwelling, and spend all weekend getting my ass kicked by huge monsters although.

Episode I: Director’s Cut

Last yr I wrote a protracted article about my love for Star Wars: Episode I Racer, calling it (rightly) “The neatest thing to come back out of The Phantom Menace.” But whereas it’s nice to have it again on PC once more, there’s no denying the sport seems to be dated. It’s from 1999, in spite of everything.


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