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This week in video games: Purple Useless Redemption 2 is in spite of everything coming to PC

Depart it to Rockstar to fully blow up the November liberate calendar on a random Friday morning in October, eh? Sorry Planet Zoo, sorry Want for Velocity, Purple Useless is coming.

That information, plus Sony opens up cross-play, Gearbox settles (a few of) its prison problems, liberate dates for Rise up and The Bradwell Conspiracy, the Terminator hits Mortal Kombat steel bones and all, and a Twitch streamer builds an entire goose controller-costume for the Untitled Goose Recreation.

That is gaming information for September 30 to October Four.

Rootin’ and tootin’

Let’s move forward and get started with the headliner information this week. After a lot will-they-won’t-they consternation, Rockstar introduced this morning that sure, after all they’d. In different phrases, Purple Useless Redemption 2 is coming to PC on November five.

There’s a catch, after all. Rockstar didn’t put out its personal launcher for not anything. Should you preorder via the brand new Rockstar Video games Launcher you’ll obtain two loose Rockstar video games of your opting for, together with Bully, Max Payne three, and the PS2-era Grand Robbery Automobiles. Additionally an entire ton of DLC for Purple Useless Redemption 2.

However the sport isn’t locked to the brand new launcher. You’ll be able to additionally purchase it via Epic, Humble, GameStop, Stadia, just about everybody for a November release—apart from Steam. Purple Useless Redemption 2 is coming to Valve’s storefront, however no longer till December.

In order that’s the deal. No credence to rumors of a Purple Useless Redemption port it sounds as if, and a not on time Steam release. It’s in spite of everything coming even though. Right here’s an outdated trailer to get you within the spirit.

Long past in 60 seconds

This week’s Epic Video games Retailer freebie is small in scale however large in appeal. Aptly titled Minit, it’s a Zelda-looking journey by which the sector resets each 60 seconds. It’s like The Outer Wilds however with a far tighter time loop, if that comparability is helping in any respect. And it’s were given that throwback one-bit Recreation Boy artwork taste too.