Titanfall 2 returns for more technical testing fun this weekend, with a host of changes based on player feedback
Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 is powering up for a beta ahead its of release in two months, which will give players a chance to team up and tackle big foes.
The original Titanfall excelled at making people feel special. Titanfall 2? It’s more of the same, but with less soul and better mechanics balanced by sluggish controls.
Titanfall 2 is hosting multiplayer technical tests over the next two weeks, and they’re not the best way to play the sci-fi shooter
Legacy of the Void brought some huge changes to StarCraft II’s multiplayer when it launched late last year. New units, tweaks to older ones, and more – it refreshed the RTS in a big way. Blizzard are looking to do that again this year with a chunky update in the near future.
Respawn is picking apart Titanfall 2’s multiplayer to make it more robust where it counts – matchmaking.
Two players managed to find each other in No Man’s Sky, and left sorely disappointed at the encounter.
Titanfall 2 is making use of Azure (and many other) cloud services, but improving the online experince exponentially.
Quake Champions is taking many hints from modern online shooters, while loosening its grip on history.
No Man’s Sky wants you to be online at all times, and Sony is waiving the fee for all players to explore the universe.
Looks like Telltale is switching tactics for their Batman game with a new feature called “Crowd Play”, that’ll help friends make a few difficult decisions for you.
Did you love the plodding and terrible online side of Dragon Ball XenoVerse? Good news! There’ll be more of it in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2.