The latest Call of Duty: WW2 trailer takes us on a whirlwind tour of the campaign
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Destiny 2 is going MASSIVE on all fronts, except for hugs, there are no hugs…
The Season Pass includes three expansions, each based on a different character.
Wild West, the Western-themed MMOFPS gets its first gameplay footage…
As is customary when announcing such delays, Ubisoft says the extra time will allow it to add additional polish and deliver a smooth experience across a variety of PC hardware.
The game’s website puts RDR2 down for a Fall 2017 release, which means it is just a year away.
Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter, follow-up to 2014’s surprisingly great Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishment is set to get a physical release in India.
Killzone creator Guerrilla Games’ new IP, Horizon: Zero Dawn has been pushed from its initial 2016 release window to a firm March 1, 2017 release date.
While this is a new IP, the game does reside within the Saints Row universe, as is evident from the symbol visible towards the end of the game’s reveal trailer.
The new game will powered by DICE’s Frostbite engine, and EA appears to have dropped Lionel Messi as its cover star this year, replacing him with four “ambassadors”.
Battlefield 1 will feature a campaign as well as 64-player multiplayer featuring land, sea and air combat. It even seems like you’ll be able to ride horses into battle?
The February closed beta will be exclusive to Xbox One, and the game may not get a physical release in India since publisher Deep Silver doesn’t have a distributor here.
Terrohunt pits players, solo or in a squad of five players, against AI opposition, and the game will include four Terrohunt modes.
Hitman will get an initial digital release in December, with story content constantly being added, and the game concluding in 2016.
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.
Dreams allows players to create their own dreams, however bizarre, in the game using its creation tools. These dreams can then be shared with players around 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 game had been in development limbo for a while, but is now coming to PS4 and is still under the creative leadership of Fumito Ueda.
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.
While Obsidian developed The Stick of Truth, the new game is being developed by Ubisoft San Francisco.
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.
A new trailer was revealed at the EA E3 showcase, setting up the game’s premise and story, and also showing a glimpse of gameplay.
No details were given about Mass Effect: Andromeda other than the in-engine trailer, which ended with a holiday 2016 release window.