“At Wargaming, the safety and security of our employees is the top priority. Currently, all available company resources are helping and supporting our 550+ colleagues: providing them with alternate housing, early salary payments, additional funds to aid travel and relocation.
We are helping our employees’ families to travel to neighboring countries and organizing accommodations for them.
And lastly, today Wargaming Kyiv is donating $1m to the Ukrainian Red Cross. These funds will be used to support Ukrainian hospitals and doctors, those citizens who have been displaced and other vital activities of the humanitarian organization as is needed.
We are in close touch with multiple charities to which we have already sent over 20,000€, and more of such direct financial help from our side will come in the upcoming days and weeks. We have also relocated a part of our team to immediately start working on a much needed DLC - the Ukrainian Paint Jobs Pack, which we are racing to bring to the Steam Store as soon as possible and from which we are going to donate 100% of the income towards those in need.
Besides all this, we are also doing our best to support our team members in any way we can. Several of our colleagues are from Ukraine. We have bound ourselves to give them and their families all the support we can, whether it is financial support for any extra costs they might have during these hard times; early salaries; mental health support; extra days off, or special and flexible working times; or even providing them the company spaces and facilities for accommodation. We are not only doing this as a company, as we are getting multiple messages from almost all of our team members, that they are joining and supporting charities, providing blankets, clothes, hygiene, medical supplies, and other items to charity collections, and more.
Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons content is designed for level 80 players. If you’re new to Guild Wars 2 and you received a max-level boost with your purchase of the expansion, you can start playing after you use the item in your inventory and finalize the boost on your preferred character.Continue here to read the full story.
To begin the first chapter of the expansion story, press [H] to access your Hero panel and select Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons in the Story Journal.
The PDLC launches alongside a free update offering existing players a range of new features, such as: a Species Viewer, allowing players to view each species in even greater detail; First Person View, providing more ways to get up-close and personal with prehistoric species in their enclosures at guest height; new decoration items including individually placeable trees, perfect for budding park managers to add finishing touches; changes to sandbox mode content; plus a host of other exciting enhancements.Continue here to read the full story.
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Explore the thousands of games you can share with friends and family online in our Remote Play Together Sale & Livestream Event. Save now through Monday March 7th at 10am Pacific. Grab a game, fire it up, then send a link to your game session to anyone. They don't even need a Steam account!
Tune in Thursday 3/3 for Our Livestream with Hosts Slacks & Flax
Join hosts SirActionSlacks and Pyrion Flax for an 8-hour livestreaming marathon to witness Remote Play Together in action, and even join the games in progress when we share invite links in chat on Steam, YouTube, and Twitch. Anything could happen! Join us for the action March 3rd, 7am - 3pm Pacific.
It’s hard not to be wowed each month as Top Releases showcase the latest 3D animations and effects from studios around the world. January was certainly no exception, with players absorbed by Capcom’s latest adventure, MONSTER HUNTER RISE, alongside Sony’s critically-acclaimed PC arrival of God of War. But not to be outdone by its extra-dimensional counterpart, the 2D genre showed strong representation in January with nearly half of the month's Top Releases. What 2D might lack in stunning visual effects and realistic environments, it more than makes up with unique mechanics, creative aesthetics, and more often than not, less demanding hardware requirements. January's 2D titles boast great variety as well, including a politics simulator - Democracy 4, an occult puzzler - Strange Horticulture, and an incredibly original linguistic adventure - Word Game.
The release date arrives alongside a new overview video, which follows protagonists Jenn and Tristan as they plunge into another world for tense, dungeon-clearing battles, eventually retreating to their sleepy town to catch a breath and prepare for their next fight. See how the duo juggle all-night fights against surreal foes as formidable warriors with leisurely trips around town as average, laid back teens during the dayContinue here to read the full story.
A young girl named Ib visits an art gallery with her parents.Continue here to read the full story.
While perusing the various works of art, Ib suddenly realizes that she is alone.
As she searches for someone – anyone – else, the museum begins to change...
A 2D exploration adventure game set in a creepy, mysterious art gallery.
Inspect the area around you, discovering items and disarming traps to find your way out of the strange gallery.
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- Humpback whales no longer listed as endangered after major recovery. Commandeering that Klingon Bird-of-Prey totally worth it.
- One type of vitamin D found to boost immune system, another may hinder it.
- NASA’s New Shortcut to Fusion Power - IEEE Spectrum. No Doctor Octopus arms required.
- Where Do You Want To Eat- - Anwar Jibawi.
- Tractor Trailer Carrying Mail Crashes Into Charles River in Weston.
- Emergence of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron likely due to immune selective pressure. Thanks Acleacius.