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The Tuesday news:


GOG sees a new publisher sale featuring Retroism, that puts its titles on sale with up to 75% discounts during the next 7 days:

Steam has six new deals/sales, plus a few weeklong deals:

There are three new sales at the Humble Store:

Fanatical has two new 24 hours flash deals:


NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready 531.29


  • This new Game Ready Driver provides the best gaming experience for the latest new titles supporting NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology including Atomic Heart and the closed Beta of THE FINALS.

Fixed Issues

  • Higher CPU usage from NVIDIA Container might be observed after exiting a game [4007208]
  • Stability issues may be observed on certain laptops with GeForce GTX 10/MX250/350 series GPUs [4008527]
  • Adobe application stability issues using 531.18 [4009055][4008751]


Doom 3 gets an overhaul mod that bridges the gap between classic Doom, Doom 3 and modern Doom
Death_Chopper has released an overhaul mod for Doom 3 that attempts to bridge the gap between classic Doom, Doom 3 and modern Doom.
Going into mode tails, Doom 3: Retaliation tweaks the game’s gallery of enemies, weapons, and missions. Furthermore, the mod adds some new adversaries and weapons to spice things up. The mod also features many graphical changes, such as small changes to the particle effects, or overhauled lighting for some missions. And while the mod focuses on action and movement, it retains Doom 3’s atmosphere.
Doom 3: Retaliation changes the experience by completely overhauling enemy behavior and giving every single weapon some kind of utility. The modder has also overhauled combat encounters in the missions, to give seasoned players a new challenge.
It’s also worth noting that the modder has changed nearly every single enemy in every mission. As such, some maps will feel like a gauntlet. The maps have also all gotten tweaked encounters, and have been balanced for the pacing, to make for a steady increase in difficulty.
>> There's a 12 minutes long video of the mod.


Epic Games comments on Elden Ring’s stolen animations accusations
A couple of days ago, people accused Archangel Studios of stealing animations from Elden Ring. As the developers claimed, though, those animations are part of an asset pack that is currently available for purchase on the Epic Games Store. Naturally, the devs contacted Epic Games who commented on the integrity of this asset pack.
From the looks of it, Epic Games cannot verify whether or not this pack features any stolen assets. This is hilarious. Not only that, but Epic Games cannot make any guarantee to the purchasers of the content they are buying.

First gameplay teaser trailer for Unreal Engine 5-powered social deduction horror game, Deceit 2
Developer World Makers debuted a new trailer for Deceit 2 at this year’s Streamer Awards, showcasing the first snippets of gameplay from it.

Battlefield 2042 Update 4.0.1 released and here are its changes & tweaks
DICE has just released a brand new update for Battlefield 2042. According to the release notes, Update 4.0.1 brings a small set of changes aimed at resolving some Quality of Life and balancing issues.
>> And to try out how the game plays now after all the fixes it has had, it's free to play until March 16, and also 70% off.

The Division 2 Title Update 17.1 released, full patch notes revealed
Ubisoft has just released a brand new update for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. According to the release notes, Title Update 17.1 brings various balance tweaks, and packs a number of bug fixes.

Here are some brand new screenshots for Dead Island 2
Deep Silver has released a new set of screenshots for its upcoming first-person zombie game, Dead Island 2. These screenshots should give you an idea of the game’s visual art style. Naturally, though, they do not represent the quality of the final product as they are pre-release screenshots.

The Last of Us Part I Remake gets another short PC gameplay trailer
Sony and Naughty Dog have released another short PC gameplay trailer for The Last of Us Part I Remake. This new trailer showcases some of the game’s features, like Audio Descriptions, Enhanced Listen Mode, and Controller Support.

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