Aside from revealing these new expansions to the Deus Ex universe, the stream will also devote plenty of time to new Mankind Divided gameplay.
We get our first taste of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst to find out how DICE is trying to balance fan expectations with reaching out to new players.
Terrohunt pits players, solo or in a squad of five players, against AI opposition, and the game will include four Terrohunt modes.
The PS4-exclusive open-world action RPG is set in a distant future where human civilisation has been wiped out and machines roam the world.
The on-stage demo showcased a stunning fictional city in Madagascar, intense gun battles, and a lengthy vehicular chase that confirms the game will have driving segments.
The Division will get a beta on PC, PS4 and Xbox One in early 2016 with the full game set for simultaneous release across all platforms on 8th March 2016.
The Frostbite Engine-powered game from DICE got an extensive demo, showcasing a ton of on-foot, vehicular and aerial combat, and a fittingly epic ending.
The Halo 5 campaign has been designed to be played in four-player co-op, and the stage demo featured Spartan Locke with three co-op partners.
Fallout 4 has been in development since the release of Fallout 3 in 2008, and features several firsts for the storied franchise.
Improvements and additions include a new Master League, a new commentator joining the ranks, and several gameplay features and tweaks.
Since the player character cannot see, she must use echolocation – or sonar – to navigate the environment, much like bats do.
Aside from shedding light on the story and revealing the game’s characters, the trailer also shows off many of the game’s locations, some brutal melee combat, and intense car chases.
Ubisoft showed off quite a few new features in Syndicate’s lengthy gameplay demo. While the console versions have a release date, the PC version only gets a vague ‘Autumn’ release window.
The trailer delves into the game’s story, vehicular combat, weapons, customisation options, cast of characters, weather effects and gameplay features like scavenging.
Watch Assassin-turned-Templar Shay Patrick Cormac taking down a gang hangout and assassinating its Assassin gang leader in the process.
The latest trailer gives us our first glimpse of Rocksteady’s final Arkham game in action, including some Batmobile gameplay.
After a year of silence, Insomniac Games blows the lid off its Xbox One-exclusive open-world third-person shooter in style.
The PS4 version will be priced Rs 3,340 and will include the season pass, which will grant the player a bunch of post-release DLC.
The Xbox 360 version has been delayed to 7th April, while the PS3 release moves back to its original 4th April release date.
Bowling, batting, career mode, and wicketkeeping gameplay from Don Bradman Cricket 14.
There’s plenty of new stuff that we haven’t seen before as well as a glimpse at the amount of freedom and diversity the game offers.
We’re currently in the process of reviewing Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes, but in the mean time, here’s a brief glimpse of how the game looks in action on PS4.
We’ll feature the best ones on our YouTube channel, from which the very best will win Battlefield 4.
Hideo Kojima announced Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain at his GDC presentation yesterday with a slick trailer showing off the new FOX Engine.