The world’s top three video game console producers, Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo have issued a joint statement opposing a proposed 25% tariff on video game consoles imported from China, proposed […]
Bandai Namco has announced a new online action role-playing game for PC called Blue Protocol, and it looks gorgeous.
Off the back of its gameplay reveal at E3 2019, Respawn Entertainment has released an extended 26 minute walkthrough for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order which select media could play […]
Gears 5 is continuing the 2019 trend of celebrating a lack of loot boxes, revealing it won’t have a Season Pass or Gear Packs.
Welcome to the weekly wrap, where we recap some of the top news stories of the week in the gaming industry that you may have missed. The week after E3 […]
The first eight-player raid in The Division franchise history launches this week.
Rage 2, the latest open-world shooter by veteran studios id Software and Avalanche Studios is now available.
A new focus on survival headlines the next instalment in the Ghost Recon franchise.
One month after its reveal, and subsequent release, Apex Legends announced it has been played by 50 million players worldwide.
Blizzard has revealed more details about Overwatch’s 30th Hero, Baptiste.
Despite it’s fun gameplay, gorgeous graphics and interesting story, Anthem feels like a game with multiple identities that constantly throws roadblocks in the way of the fun.
Blizzard has has released an origins video for the next Overwatch Hero, the French (maybe, considering a Paris map was recently added to the game) combat medic Baptiste.
BioWare (Mass Effect, Dragon Age) and EA have announced post-launch plans for their recently released – depending on which version you purchased – third-person shooter, Anthem.
Fortnite’s $100,000,000 (that’s a lot of zeroes) 2019 Competitive Prize Pool culminates in the $30,000,000 Fortnite World Cup Finals.
Apex Legends combines the terrific gunplay from Titanfall with some unique mechanics to become a new challenger in the battle royale genre.
Respawn Entertainment, the developer of Titanfall, has announced a new free-to-play battle royale shooter called Apex Legends, available now.