Valve's forever updated Team Fortress 2 is rolling out "the biggest, most ambitious update" in the history of the game later this week, the Über Update. Despite its name, it's not solely focusing on TF2's Medic class.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 developer Infinity Ward just issued an update to the PlayStation 3 version of the first-person shooter, an attempt to curb rampant hacking in the game's online multiplayer mode. It appears to be working (so far).
In the wake of hackers exploiting security vulnerabilities in the PlayStation 3, opening the system to custom firmware, hacks and piracy, Sony appears to be issuing a response with new security updates.
Gearbox Software's promised patch for its smash-hit action RPG Borderlands is coming, raising the level cap for everyone in the pursuit of better loot and harder bosses. When's it coming? Soon. Soonish. Maybe.
Namco Bandai has promised that an update to Tekken 6 is en route, one designed to "improve the online game experience," a common complaint among reviews of the new fighter.
The PC version of id and Raven Software's Wolfenstein has graduated to version 1.11, fixing a small batch of errors that have plagued the Windows release and prevented some gamers from finishing the game at all.
Before Blizzard puts the final touches on Diablo III, which we expect within the next decade or so, it's patching up Diablo II. And Blizzard wants to know what you want to see addressed.
Xbox 360 owners can now play the version of Left 4 Dead that PC gamers have been enjoying for the last month, thanks to a new title update from Valve.
Rockstar Games has given owners of the Windows version of Grand Theft Auto IV a new title update, issuing a suite of bug fixes, tweaks, new options and new controller support.
Rockstar has issued a new title update for Midnight Club: Los Angeles, adding "improved AI balance to adjust dynamically to user skill level." Wait... does that mean less expletive/controller hurling, thanks to sane AI-controlled drivers?
Remember back in September when The Behemoth calmed our fears about Castle Crashers' shaky online multiplayer, noting that "we’re on our way to getting this title update out"? Yeah, whatever happened to that, Behemoth?