Five Nights at Freddy’s World got a surprise release toward the end of January. It was broken, so it got pulled. Now Five Nights at Freddy’s World is back, and it’s free!
Ubisoft has confirmed that The Division will go into open beta next week, with a little bit of new content for new and returning players to explore.
Take a look at some of the toughest bosses Dark Souls III will throw at you in a new intro cinematic for From Software’s RPG.
The Division Beta opens its doors to Ubisoft’s latest IP, and it’s the game’s most risky elements that are the most engrossing to interact with.
EA has a pretty busy year ahead of them, with Mass Effect Andromeda and a new Titanfall joining their next fiscal year launches.
Brand new details for Final Fantasy XV will be livestreamed this weekend, taking focus on the new Battle System and Stealth mechanics for the upcomming JRPG.
Just yesterday, Scott Cawthon apologised for the poor state of his latest title, Five Nights at Freddy’s world. Now, he’s announced that he will be pulling it off Steam entirely.
It’s not unusual for a Five Nights at Freddy’s title to launch earlier than advertised. This time though, it’s a move that franchise creator Scott Cawthon has come to regret.
Initially, Scott Cawthon announced that his next title, Five Nights at Freddy’s World, would be releasing next month, on February 19th. Well, looks like he just couldn’t wait until then, because he’s gone and released it today instead.
Iron Maiden has announced a brand new, free-to-play mobile RPG, starring mascot Eddie.
Are you a PC gamer keen on Ubisosft’s The Division? Worried it may be a shoddy console port? Don’t be.
We’re streaming two different games at two different times today – so here’s when to catch Bloodborne and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2