Windows XP\ Vista support dropped 11/19/2016It's been a while but I think some people (especially first time visitor's) don't know yet
Code of Conduct - Rules you should read 02/25/2017In General
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***Update*** Hey all! We opened a new page for game requests! From now on all game requests should be turned to this new page here: Overwolf Game Requests Go there and vote for the games you want! We will occasionally look here for posts as not every game in existence is on that list, and if the game isn't on that list you should put it here for us to put on that list. From now on we will be using that list there as our benchmark and what people want so please please use it to get your voice heard! List of Supported Games in Overwolf ***Update***
I'm new to Overwolf, and switching over to it from Xfire. The interface seems lovely and its integration with so many other chat services is lovely and all, but the program only seems to detect about 5 of my 100+ games, meaning that there's little chance of me making use of the in-game overlay. The vast majority of these are Steam games located on my D: Drive, and one Origin game (Mass Effect 2) Located in the same place, while Overwolf resides on my C: Drive. All have been installed using the respective DRM services. When I try to detect games though, it only finds Guacamelle, LoL, Mark of the Ninja, Path of Exile, and Starbound. I tried manually detecting the one Origin game, as well as multiple Steam games, but every time it just tells me that the game was not found. It would be nice if there was an option like in Xfire where I could decide the directory and file to be searched on a per-game basis. Barring that, some help on getting Overwolf in its current state to recognize my games would be welcome.