It's late on a Tuesday and that probably means I slept through most of the day like a moron. Sleeping through Tuesdays is rather bad because that's when most of the game releases happen, unless you're Nintendo. Nintendo prefers Friday. Oddly enough, a number of publishers are starting to shift to Fridays as well, but most still do not. Which brings us back to my first point: My sleep schedule sucks.

Anyway, let's just get on to that news in the latest installment of CS-Nation's #NewsBits! They've been freshly harvested just for you.

• The Caribbean Crisis expansion for Armored Warfare was released today on the PlayStation 4. It adds the new "Special Operations" game mode, new maps, overhauls to older map, new commanders, new Trophies, visual changes, and gameplay changes. Armored Warfare is a F2P game available today on the PS4.

• Patch 4.3 for Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood was released today. You can find out more about this update via TGN or just read the full changelog for patch 4.3.

Disdoored is an game featuring claymation fueled stop-motion visuals from Russian developer Anton Riot. Disdoored will enter into Steam Early Access later this month for $19.99. The animations are all hand-animated via stop-motion. You can choose to be a peaceful farmer or an adventurous explorer.
In a world where Doors abound and secrets lie beyond their threshold, a call for someputty to stop the darkness and restore peace rings through the land. That hero is you, a plasticine protector, a wobbly warrior, a mushy man of the land, and the only hope for malleable-kind.

• The rogue-like 3D space shooter, Everspace: Stellar Edition, is now available on the PlayStation 4 for $39.99. This bundle includes the base game, the Encounters add-on, the soundtrack, and the dynamic PS4 theme. The base game can be bought for $29.99 along with the add-on for $9.99, if you like paying the same amount for less content. You can watch the PS4 launch trailer on YouTube.

Space Hulk: Deathwing is out today on the PlayStation 4 and PC. This Enhanced Edition adds in new features and upgrades from the base experience. PC owners of Space Hulk: Deathwing get this upgrade for free. New players on PC will get a 20% discount for a limited time.

One Piece: Grand Cruise is out today for PlayStation VR.

I Hate Running Backwards is out today on PS4, XB1, and PC for $14.99. You can find out more in our previous coverage.

• Coconut Island Games has released Shio today on the PlayStation 4 for $12.99. The game is billed as a "fast-paced, lantern-hopping platformer." It's a side-scroller with plenty of platforming.

Tennis World Tour is out today on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $59.99. You have 31 tennis pros to select from, 18 types of court, online quick matches, different ways to mold your career, and more. Be sure to check out the Tennis World Tour launch trailer.

Runner3 is out now on Nintendo Switch and Steam for $29.99. In this game, you play as CommanderVideo and you run. You run a lot. The launch trailer is here. A physical release includes full-color instructions, a soundtrack sampler, a lightup CommanderVideo PVC character strap, and the game cartridge for $39.99.

Sleep Tight is an upcoming twin-stick shooter with base-building elements. When it releases on July 26 for the Nintendo Switch and PC it will feature 12 playable characters. This game was made from a team with credits that include Far Cry 5, Game of Thrones, Westworld, Big Hero 6, Wreck It Ralph, Rainbow 6, and more.

Oh...Sir! The Hollywood Roast hits the PlayStation 4 on May 29 with the Xbox One release happening on June 1. The Xbox release includes Mixer integration to allow viewers to vote on their preferred insult. The game will be released for $4.99. The gameplay rewards those that have the "sickest burns" in a Hollywood style roast. The game is currently available on Steam and Switch.
Oh…Sir! The Hollywood roast is a new spinoff to the surprise indie hit of 2016, Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator. This time around we’re taking tinsel town down a few notches, whilst classing up the joint.

Graveball from developer Goin' Yumbo brings a spooky 3v3 blend of basketball and football. The goal is to run a "skullball" into the opposing team's end zone, throw it into a hoop that appears every 30 seconds, or murder the other team. The game will be released on July 31 for the PC via Steam. It will go for $4.99 at release with a 10% launch discount.

That's it. That's today's NewsBits. Now go enjoy the rest of your day.