Despite a disappointing weekend for Diablo fans, BlizzCon delivered some fantastic eSports.
Part two of my hands on with the new Destiny Expansion, Rise of Iron. Where I touch on the new social space, some PvP and Archon’s Forge
Killing Floor 2 hit Steam Early access a long time ago – back in April 2015 to be exact. Now, over a year later, It’s finally ready for an official release.
Killing Floor as a franchise, has always been about surviving wave after wave of horrible enemies. Now for the first time ever, players will be able to take control of said enemies.
Here’s a rundown of how the Player vs Player arena will be changing after that big patch drops next week in Destiny. NEED MORE COFFEE!
Think the Dark Zone in The Division is unfairly tough right now? Well Ubisoft Massive is going to be looking into that.
Destiny is brining two brand new PvP modes to the forefront of The Taken King, and at least one of them is an absolute blast to play.
Competitive gameplay is so popular, but might not be for everyone. Now there’s an added incentive to do it in The Division.
House of Wolves is making big changes to PvP in Destiny, and they all sound pretty fantastic.
Bloodborne is almost upon us, but these screens make the wait even harder. Plus, if you plan to play with others this news might make you happy.
Thanks to an ongoing alpha test, a whole new stack of details have come to the light for The Division.
Far Cry 4’s multiplayer will pit two distinct tribes one another, allowing you to become a mountain ninja or kitted out warrior.