And in other PC gaming news...
Today's rush of news has been almost enough to drown out the strange mix of astonishment and fear that comes with the announcement that Duke Nukem Forever has gone gold. Nothing can stop it at this stage, surely? It looks as though it's really coming out in June. We're bracing ourselves in preparation.
Be warned. Today's list of PC gaming news is small but extremely potent, like a Honey Badger, or a laxative. Get all the latest below.
- Ryan Seabury, the CCO and founder of END Games Entertainment (who made LEGO Universe Online) has abandoned MMO development forever. He gives his reasons on Kotaku.
- Here's EA's CEO John Riccitello on how to "fail well" in the industry.
- RPS have spotted a new trailer for the free to play re-release of Hellgate: London.
- Square are still trying to fix Final Fantasy XIV. Here's their huge list of planned updates to the game.
- It's Ubisoft week on Steam. Today all of the Prince of Persia games are super cheap.
- Spoiler alert: Assassin’s Creed Revelations cities revealed by Game Informer.
- ONE Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 screenhot has arrived. Drink it in.
- Blimey, a lot of people are playing World of Tanks.
Today in the PC Gamer office: Brink, Section 8: Prejudice and Terraria. Owen loves Brink because of the sliding, Tom loves Section 8 because of the falling from orbit and the rocket launchers, and I love Terraria because yesterday I finally defeated my arch nemesis, The Mother Slime. She exploded into a cluster of baby slimes, who I murdered and used as fuel for my torches. Happy days. What do you think we should be playing right now?