The second expansion for Hearthstone, Blizzard's card game by the way of quasi-religion, has just been released. Called The Grand Tournament it brings 132 new cards to the, err, digital table. Which is a lot. 132 new cards means new strategies to learn, decks to build, and other card-related things. Anyway, Hearthstone continues to grow from strength to strength as one of the most fun and rewarding card game thingies.
A new gameplay video introduced by Techland covers all the changes coming to The Following, the upcoming expansion to the popular open-world zombie-slayer Dying Light. Namely, the huge new open world it has to explore, projectile weaponry to master, and vehicles to, err, drive. It looks pretty impressive, and will no doubt please the many fans of the main game.
Blizzard have rolled out the latest patch for Diablo III, and if you're wondering if it brings anything new to the table, well... yes, yes it does. From overhauls to crafting, new sets and items, to a new adventure zone, and even upping the Torment difficulty levels, Diablo III 2.3 gives the aging ARPG another fresh coat of paint. And is available now for PC and console.
GOG Galaxy, Good Old Games' Steam-like PC gaming platform designed to "install, play and update games, as well as offer multiplayer, achievements, chat, game-time tracking and more", has had its first major update drop as part of the beta, which brings with it a number of key features, including the much-anticipated "rollback" option.