On our journeys around Valheim's world, we've encountered scary beasts, such as the wretched Draugr in the swamp, or the Goblin-like Furlings in the Plains. But nothing could have prepared my group of Vikings for what is becoming Valheim's deadliest denizen: the Deathsquito.
If you've been playing Valheim, you might want to back up your files, just in case. A bug is running wild in the survival sim, and while the team states it's pretty rare, you might want to take precautions on how to fix your game should you run into the World Destroyer.
To say Cyberpunk 2077 has launched to both fanfare and mired in controversy would be an understatement. Players are praising the game for its world and visuals on PC, but console players are having a completely different experience. And frankly, it's unacceptable.
Remember the Battle for Voras issues we reported on plaguing Revelation Online? Well, it looks like those issues have persisted as per a new update from the team.
The launch of Elite: Dangerous' much anticipated Fleet Carriers update has not been without issue. It looks like Frontier is aware of them and is investigating solutions.