May 17, 2017
Every little piece of information we learn about video games can't be classified as a story in itself. While we'd love to talk more about everything, the fact is that resources don't permit us to discuss titles beyond ones we feel will resonate with our readers. Keeping that in mind, the stories still deserve attention so we've invented the daily briefing to get you up to speed.

Alan Wake

Alan Wake was originally supposed to be an open-world game.

Ark: Survival Evolved

Ark: Survival Evolved is getting another patch on Xbox One today but still won't fix the blurry visuals and frame rate issues. So, the question is, does the patch really matter then?

Awesomenauts Assemble!

Awesomenauts Assemble! is going free-to-play on May 24.

Blackguards 2

Blackguards 2 was rated fro Xbox One in Korea.


Destiny servers will be down today.

Embers of Mirrim

Embers of Mirrim is coming to Xbox One this month, May 24.


Gwent is getting a public beta soon.


Minecraft will patch parrots to protect real-life pets. Children won't be able to poison them anymore and kill them.


Paladins now has over 2 million players on consoles.

PC Gaming Show

Microsoft will sponsor and present at the PC Gaming Show at E3 2017.

Rocket League

The long-awaited WWE partnership with Rocket League is here!


Developer BlitWorks said that Starbound on Xbox One is another great port that's keeping them busy. They're so excited to take Starbound to Xbox One and it may be sooner than anyone thinks. The game is expected to come to Xbox Game Preview first.

Star Trek Online

Star Trek Online's next season is coming to consoles in June.

Tennis World Tour

Tennis World Tour, a spiritual successor to Top Spin 4, is coming in 2018.

The Witcher

The Witcher is getting a show on Netflix. That's about it for that. Expect quality!
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