The Saints Row series is all about the freedom to play how you want, and we’re now taking that one step further today with the launch of Steam Workshop support for Saints Row IV on PC. It’s never been easier to create and install mods that add new weapons, clothing and change the way you play.
2K announced today that Long War Studios has developed two more free mods for XCOM 2, the “Perk Pack” and “Laser Pack”, which are available for download through the XCOM 2 Steam Workshop today.
Today Stardock announced the availability of the Galactic Civilizations III 1.1 update which adds Steam® Workshop integration along with two new difficulty levels and UI improvements.
Indie developer, 4gency, today announced Steam Workshop support is now live for Habitat: A Thousand Generations In Orbit. The new Steam Workshop support will give players the chance to start creating their own unique space junk, as well as giving all Habitat players the option to use custom space junk content, either locally or downloaded from Steam Workshop. In coordination with the Steam Workshop support Habitat is currently having a 40% off sale through the Steam store all week long. …continue reading » Habitat gets Steam Workshop Support to Create Your Own Space Junk
Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition now has cross-platform multiplayer versus and co-op modes for up to 8 players.
The multiplayer maps not only include the original maps but also HUNDREDS of the best user maps through Steam Workshop.
AND – the game is 60% off on Steam right now: http://store.steampowered.com/app/225140/
Together with the announcement of the October plans for Take On Mars, Bohemia Interactive today released a major update for its new installment in the Take On™ simulation video game series. Landing a complete integration of Steam Workshop, several new side-missions, theWorkbench suite for mod-makers, alongside various other improvements and fixes, the ‘Mars Builder’ update expands the game’s universe and adds new dimensions for players to explore.
The addition of Steam Workshop to Take On Mars enables players to upload, play and share a wide range of player-created content – including new terrains, models, and scenarios created with the in-game 3D editor. To kick things off, the development team created and shared an example mod pack, which includes a new crater location, a 4WD Buggy vehicle, plus a few options for customizing the Buggy with alternative sounds, configurations, equipment (turrets), and textures.
The Take On Mars team is also proud to announce the upcoming Deimos update. Available on October 3rd, this free update includes two brand new locations for you to explore, and a vehicle designed for zero gravity environments, the Zero-G Probe. Furthermore, the update brings along several new features, such as ‘Dynamic Mission Generation’, which dynamically creates photo, exploration and analysis tasks around the player’s location. Another feature is the overhauled ‘Part Failure System’, which makes part failures much more reactive to the weather conditions and player’s actions. Related to weather conditions, sandstorms, strong winds, and dust devils will also be making their debut in Take On Mars with the planned October update.
The free Deimos update will be made available through an automatic Steam update onOctober 3, 2013. After this date, the price of Take On Mars will be also increased to 13.99 EUR/ 17.99 USD/ 11.99 GBP. The game is currently available on Steam (Early Access) and Store.bistudio.com for 9.99 EUR/ 12.99 USD/ 8.99 GBP.