Perfect World has released details on the Chinese version of Steam it's developing alongside Valve. This client will be separate from the international version, hosting its own selection of games.
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Gigantic's servers will be closing permanently in July, a year after the game launched on PC and Xbox One. All heroes will be available free of charge to all players until the servers come to close.
Hot on the heels of its Motiga layoffs, Chinese publisher Perfect World Entertainment has shut down another company in its roster, Seattle-based Runic Games, makers of Torchlight I, II, and Hob.
The developer behind the recently released free-to-play MOBA title, Gigantic, has been shut down by its parent company, Perfect World Entertainment. Gigantic will be going into maintenance mode.
After an agonizing, two-year closed beta period, Gigantic, the free-to-play strategic hero shooter has finally launched and it's available on a plethora of platforms including Windows 10 and Xbox One.
Nearly two years after the commencement of its closed beta, Gigantic will finally see its full public release towards the end of next month via the Windows Store, Xbox Store, and Steam.
Star Trek Online has been available on PCs for six years now - but it's making its way at warp speed to consoles for the first time, and will be free to play on the Xbox One and PS4 this fall.
Runic Games has now confimed that Torchlight II, the sequel to their 2009 sleeper hit action-RPG, will finally be released on Thursday, September 20th, nearly three years after the first game came out
You can now pre-order Torchlight 2 from both Perfect World (with free access to future beta of Dungeons and Dragons Neverwinter) or from Steam who also offer a cheaper four-pack option.
Cryptic Studios has confirmed that a cyber attack occurred back in 2010 on the game developers' online servers and that personal information might have been disclosed.
We chat with Andy Kipling, the executive producer at Zombie, about Blacklight Retribution, its free-to-play first person shooter that is now entering into its open beta stage.