DOOM might be looking hot in the gamepaly department, but its now confirmed boxart paints it as another generic shooter.
Don’t blink or you’ll miss Overwatch coming back online as early as next week, with a host of new changes thrown in for good measure.
EA has a pretty busy year ahead of them, with Mass Effect Andromeda and a new Titanfall joining their next fiscal year launches.
The Overwatch Beta is coming back next month, with Blizzard using the extra time to add in a brand new mode not previously planned for the return.
A new gamepaly trailer for Ubisoft’s the Division focuses on establishing a home base, and all the tools and technoligy you’ll need to maintain control of it.
You won’t have to worry about getting your head lopped off by a mouthy tween in Ubisoft’s upcoming For Honor game. You’ll be able to see your head roll in an offline mode just fine.
Overwatch is struggling to nail down a progression system that works with the core mechanics of the game, but Blizzard isn’t giving up on it just yet
Multiplayer is bigger than ever these days, with every game out there having some element of it within its code. Some games nail it, others don’t. But there was one champ this year, that announced its presence with a winning attitude and technical wizardry.
Fable Legends! The asymmetrical, spin-off, free-to-play, cross-platform, more-hyphens-necessary multiplayer game was set for release soon – but it’s now been delayed.
Overwatch might be a full priced multiplayer shooter, but Blizzard will never make you pay for any new characters and maps they eventually add to the game.
The Ndemic Creations game will soon feature a multiplayer mode, that will see rivals compete to kill the planet the quickest with their own strain of virulent death.
Star Wars Battlefront really knows the franchise it’s sucking source material from, and that’s no more evident than in this neat little easter egg