We did it—we made it through July, the most boring month of the year. I hope you all enjoyed your vacation.
Things are ramping back up for the fall though, as this week Dying Light announces ten new pieces of DLC (three years after release), Wolfenstein II sends a quarterback to space, Bungie announces the Destiny 2 beta dates, For Honor gets (surprise!) dedicated servers, Mighty No. 9 continues to disappoint, and Middle Earth: Shadow of War turns Shelob from a creepy spider into Milla Jovovich.
This is gaming news for July 24 to 28.
Still not dead
Dying Light released waaay back at the beginning of 2015. A traditional singleplayer game, you might’ve expected it to get a few pieces of DLC or maybe an expansion—and indeed it did, in February of 2016.