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This week in gaming our top news stories august 28th

For this week’s PC gaming news, it’s been an interesting week, with some games getting some major updates, some moves by big companies from different sectors of the industry, and the outlook for the future that will surely become one of the biggest games. . Role-playing game launched this year.

Following the success of games such as Halo: Master Chief Collection, Sea of Thieves and Grounded, Microsoft once again successfully launched Steam. The first new product in its 14-year long-lasting flight simulator series has just been released, and the first signs indicate that it has been successfully released.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is a bestseller on Steam.

This humble invisible puzzle game allows you to play an annoying village goose, using pranks such as hiding keys and disturbing their picnic plans to torture local residents. It caused a viral sensation when it was first released last year, but now it has come to Steam and added a free cooperation mode, where you and your friends can pair up and create chaos together.

Untitled Goose Game will land on Steam in 2Player CoOp mode.

This excellent former Playstation exclusive game is a game that many people want to see on PC, but unfortunately it has had some serious technical problems since its release. It seems that the developer Guerilla Games is committed at least to some extent to provide appropriate support for the game, because they have now released a second patch, hoping to solve the problem of the game, and is committed to further work.

Horizon Zero Dawn patch 1.02 is now available.

Facebook’s virtual reality company Oculus requires a policy change that in the future the headset must be paired with a Facebook account to use them. Maybe we should see it coming when the acquisition first happened, but it looks like this might be a small image issue for Oculus.

Oculus announced that its VR headsets will require a Facebook account in the future.

We have been working hard to keep up with this story because it is developing so fast. First, we saw that Epic bypassed Apple and Google's payment mechanisms for mobile devices in Fortnite, which clearly violated the store policies of the two companies. Then, perhaps unsurprisingly, both Apple and Google removed Fornite from their stores. This subsequently led to the Epic lawsuit, and we spoke with attorneys for their views on these events. The most recent development is that Apple stated that it plans to cancel Epic's iOS and MacOS developer accounts, prompting questions about the future state of the Unreal Engine on these platforms. We're not sure where this story will end, but it will be interesting to see this happen.

Epic permanently reduces the price of Fortnite VBucks by 20%

Epic Games takes Apple and Google to court

Apple's move to cancel Epic Games developer accounts

Developer Larian held a wide-ranging live broadcast to follow up the long-awaited Baldur's Gate. They showed us more detailed information about the game animation and discussed topics such as the planned release date and some new details about the game's settings.

Baldur's Gate 3: Hell Panel-What have we learned?

Anyone who wants to assemble a system that can be equipped with current or next-generation Ryzen CPUs may want to take a look at the new motherboard series from AMD and its partners. These are good entry-level motherboards, and you only need to make some compromises to provide value-for-money services.

AMD releases A520 chipset

for Ryzen system

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