Update: Right on schedule, Orisa is now playable in Competitive. "Orisa is now available in Competitive Play. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/rER5X1pJ0DMarch 28, 2017Original story:Overwatch's 24th hero, the quadripedal Omnic tank Orisa, is now live for all players. Blizzard says that Orisa will be disabled in competitive play for the next week, giving players a chance to adjust to her playstyle in quick play, custom games, and the arcade before entering the gauntlet of competitive. Finally, Zenyatta's altern
Update: The countdown site is still ticking away—five hours left at the moment--but the Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition announcement trailer has gone live anyway. We'll no doubt have more details soon, but for now you can just kick back and enjoy the trailer below. As in, Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition. Beamdog will have its work cut out for it when it comes to "enhancing" Planescape: Torment. I enjoyed Baldur's Gate Enhanced, but the new characters felt slightly out of place, not to
Update: Here's a peek at the new menu, via Jeremy Stieglitz on Twitter (you can enlarge the image by clicking the top right corner for a better look):Original story: I've chosen a picture of one of Ark: Survival Evolved's giant snails for this particular news story. That's because Ark's next patch, v256, will among other things apparently provide a long, long, long overdue 'total inventory menu redesign' according to recently added notes to the Steam discussion post and this tweet from Studio Wi
Update, March 27: The official Destiny account has tweeted out a logo , as seen above, which nearly matches the logo in the leaked posters. (The spacing of the letters in 'Destiny' is somewhat different.) The exact release date remains unconfirmed, as does the existence of a PC version, though it seems likely. ----------Kotaku, by way of an Italian retailer, has obtained leaked photos of a Destiny 2 poster which indicates a September 8th release date, at least for Europe, as well as a pre-releas
Update (March 10): We've received a little clarification on the question of exactly how well Mass Effect: Andromeda will perform on a 3GB GTX 1060. At PAX East today, we asked producer Michael Gamble if the card would really deliver 30 fps at best on high. The recommended, at least on my machine at home, I have a 1060, I run at higher than 30 [fps] for the majority of the game. We have a GTX 1060 in the office, so as soon as we can we'll test Andromeda with it and report back on how it performs.