This week, Stardew Valley added plenty in the long-awaited update 1.4, Dota added two new heroes and shook up the whole dang game, and Noita added yet more ways to kill you. Read on for more of the week's PC gaming patches in the Updates Update.
Fish ponds! New marriage events! New items! New hairstyles! Tailoring! A new farm map for co-op! A new community building to unlock! Bug fixes! Everything!
While new heroes Snapfire (a lizard-riding auntie) and Void Spirit (a spooky voyeur) get top billing, Dota 2's version of the matching Outlander Update in particular brings many other huge changes. The shape of a Dota match is changed a lot by this.
All PC players can claim get a big of ammo, food, potions, and a poncho in Red Dead Online. Another patch fixing more bugs arrived this week too.
Project Titan sends four players to a volcanic island crawling with sci-fi murderbots. An update with new customisation options and bug fixes arrived shortly before this.
The delightfully destructive roguelikelike platformer's latest early access update added new spells, new enemies, and a new Nightmare mode, as well as fixing and optimising bits and pieces.
It doesn't add huge new shiny things but does have some welcome quality-of-life stuff like salvaging unwanted ships.
New items, blessings, daily run modifiders, and more arrived in the roguelikelike platformer.
Patch 1.0.3 fixed a number of crashes and other bugs, made water treatment less rubbish, and added new options to customise Sandbox mode.
Players can now invite a remote pal to play through the story for free, though Steam Remote Player Together now allows that anyway so... sure? Okay?
What if you could help the Triglavian Collective? Well...
The production line management game added new Thanksgiving recipes including Cornread and Roast Turkey, as well as an Oven to cook them
After a year in a browser-only beta, Rivals is now live in the main game.