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.
Want some rare Destiny gear? All you have to do is beat Bungie at their own game.
Destiny won’t be boasting Halo levels of custom PvP matches at launch, but that is on the way.
The Division seeks to make PvP a scary prospect by putting more at risk.
The Division has a surprisingly fresh take on multiplayer including “a very extensive web-based clan support system,” and an Android app allowing players to take part in PvP combat in real-time.
Diablo III’s patch 1.0.7 has gone live, adding the structured competitive combat system, otherwise known as PvP, or playing against other gamers instead of AI.
Diablo III is finally getting PvP – but it’s not the sort you were expecting, or hoping for.