Eidos Montreal has announced that a new patch for Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut has been released that fixes some of the graphic, sound/music and AI in the game.
DICE is currently working hard on solving PlayStation 4 stability issues, with an Xbox 360 title update "undergoing final testing." More importantly a PC update is also in the works to tackle "remaining issues".
Over the weekend PC servers suffered a DDOS attack crippling multiplayer. They also issued an emergency server for PS4 and patched out a "very severe crash issue" for it.
The latest PC update for Battlefield 4 has inadvertently allowed access to the upcoming additional weapons and gadgets that feature in pre-order DLC China Rising, which first hits for Premium users this December.
Non-premium grunts get their access two weeks later. Private servers have managed to gain access to the DLC weaponry. DICE are rolling out Server Update R10 to fix crashes.
Overkill Software has announced the first downloadable content pack for the PC version of Payday 2, Armored Transport Heists.
A playlist appeared for PC Call of Duty: Ghosts that appeared to name future multiplayer maps before being quickly taken down. Too late, the Internetz has it now. Modern Warfare 3's Dome was spotted.
If accurate than Ghosts fans can also look forward to Swamp, Battery, Red River, Rumble, Gaza and Boneyard. Four map packs are expected to release from Infinity Ward, first on Xbox.
Halloween will no longer be confined to the stuffy exclusivity of October as Valve updates Team Fortress 2 with an "Eternaween server enchantment" that enables Halloween items for two-hours whenever.
It's put to a vote whether a server should go spooky for a while or not. Elsewhere a few tweaks are made like Halloween spells only showing their effects during Halloween/Full Moon events.
BioShock Infinite developer Ken Levine is defending the shortness of Part 1 of the Burial at Sea DLC, which can be completed in less than two hours.
Videos have started hitting YouTube showing off some wild stunts being done by players in Battlefield 4's multiplayer. Killing someone with a traffic cone has nothing on these wild acts, such as:
Indie developer Plastic Piranha has announced that gamers can join the open beta for their fast-paced shooter Rekoil.
Endnight Games has passed its Steam Greenlight voting for The Forest, a first person horror adventure exclusively for use with the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
Capcom Unity has announced that a patch for the PC, Xbox Live Arcade, Wii U and PlayStation Network versions of DuckTales Remastered is now available for download.
For those of you who prefer digital over browser-based, Quake Live will be re-released as the former after years of enjoying success as the latter. The browser-based format is being ditched due to changes in the way plugin-based games are supported by popular browsers like Chrome and Firefox.
Irrational has announced that Part One the single player campaign DLC for BioShock Infinite "Burial at Sea" will be arriving on the 12th November.
Another Portal-styled first person puzzler is now on Kickstarter. Like Quantum Conundrum, Scale puts a new twist on the genre, this time replacing portals with the ability to shrink and grow things.
The latest server-side update for Battlefield 4 is now live which addresses the "most common server crashes" for all platforms. This is the fourth server update from the studio attempting to fix critical bugs.
DICE released a known bugs list that they're investigating and including in upcoming patches. Battlefield 4 hasn't had a smooth launch with PC suffering numerous glitches.
Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Ghosts has generated revenue of over $1 billion worldwide for Activision, and that's just having sold the copies to retailers, who aren't worried fans will give this annual instalment a miss.
They claim it's "too early to assess" sell-through to consumers, but it's undoubtedly very high as it's "never been more popular" than it is now. Over 15,000 stores held midnight launches.
Gameplay footage from Reef Entertainment and Teyon's Rambo: The Video Game has just been released, featuring scenes from all of the game's chapters as it covers the first three original movies.
There's police brutality, woodland hunting, gas stations 'sploding, guns firing, 80's hair flapping, Russians getting what's theirs, helicopters playing chicken with tanks...
The upcoming SimCity expansion Cities of Tomorrow will be arriving on the 22nd November, and a new trailer is showing off some of the structures that can be bought in the game, including MagLevs, Garbage Atomizers, and the impressive MegaTowers.
FuturLab's Velocity Ultra, a scrolling shooter for PlayStation Vita, is now heading for desktops through Steam. It released back in May and remains in the top ten "most critically acclaimed" Vita titles.
We control a "quantum teleport craft," with teleportation used to outsmart foes, solve action puzzles and save survivors. Curve Studios is behind the PC version.
Users who have gotten copies of the PC version of Call of Duty: Ghosts have found that while the game refuses to run on systems with less than 6GB of RAM, the game uses less than 2GB of RAM, even with all settings on high.