Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty patch 2.01 has officially rolled out for PC and current-gen consoles.
Blizzard has said that it will soon be making it easier for Diablo 4 players to get their hands on rare item drops.
Starbreeze Studios has said that it will be making changes to Payday 3's progression system following player criticism, despite previously stating otherwise.
Creative Assembly's multiplayer shooter game Hyenas was reportedly Sega's "biggest budget game ever" but was suffering behind the scenes before it was canceled.
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Epic Games has announced that Fortnite will soon receive an age-rating requirement for player-made content.
Nintendo's president has confirmed that the company will continue to support the Nintendo Switch next year.
Baldur's Gate 3 hotfix 8 is now live and aims to address a series of crashing issues, but most importantly makes His Majesty the cat hairless again.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 won't feature in-game rewards for players who have the platinum trophy for previous games.
Someone has finally completed every single Final Fantasy 14 achievement, 10 years after the game launched.
Hideki Kamiya has told a fan to ask PlatinumGames about the current status of Project G.G. following the announcement of his departure.
Developer Starbreeze has said that the issues that have been disrupting Payday 3 since launch have been fixed.
Marvel's Avengers has officially been delisted across all digital storefronts after launching in 2020.
Vivid Storm Interactive has announced that its survival colony sim game Ascent of Ashes will launch in early access on November 15 for Steam.
Blizzard has confirmed that Diablo 4 will receive quality-of-life improvements throughout season two.
CD Projekt Red has announced that Cyberpunk 2077 patch 2.01 is "coming soon" and will mainly address performance issues and bugs.
Starfield director Todd Howard says that Bethesda's sci-fi RPG was "intentionally" designed to be played for a long time.
CD Projekt Red never thought about quitting development on Cyberpunk 2077 despite its disastrous launch.