Here’s one way to make you possibly interested in Homefront: The Revolution – Free content.
Prepare for a Kold war in the second year of Mortal Kombat X. Hah, special K. Just like my cereal.
Far Cry Primal ships next year on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. And beyond the standard vanilla edition, there’ll be the collector’s edition that’ll teach you how to speak Neanderthal.
Season passes are easily the most divisive promises out there. Some folks fall for them, some spurn them and others decide to wait out a few months of FOMO and see what they have to offer after they’ve been on the marketplace for a while. And it’s not enough to just have extra content lined up after launch.
Just when you thought Rocket League couldn’t get anymore crazy, mutators are coming to change everything you know about the most beautiful engien-powered football game of the year.
I haven’t been impressed with Batman: Arkham Knight’s season pass content so far. The story DLC has been pitiful, while the rest of the content has been cosmetic at best. There’s still three more months of content on the way however. And it looks like developer Rocksteady has more of the same on the way. Except now, the content is actually sounding a bit better.
Agent 47’s iconic chromedome will be pitching up on March 11 of 2016, as IO Interactive look to add more content to a game that will rely heavily on an episodic future to sustain long-term interest.
Grand Theft Auto V Online is getting a major content update next week, which will transform free roam into a more alive, more exciting space for players to engage in. As long as you’re on a newer version at least.
What, you thought EA wouldn’t release a premium edition with more content concerning one of the biggest sci-fi franchises in the cosmos? Ha! Dream on! Here’s what a few bucks extra will get you in that premium edition. Including actual, concrete information on the game.
Batman: Arkham Knight launches with one of the most chuffing expensive season passes of all time, so here’s a look at what your cash gets you in the form of extra content.
Details regarding the upcoming House Of Wolves DLC pack have been data-mined out of the latest patch for Destiny. So uh, spoilers and all that.
Ready at Dawn’s PS4 showcase The Order: 1886 clocks in at just five hours of playtime…if you intentionally skip most of the game.