It’s official: “Call of Duty: WW2” and “Star Wars Battlefront 2” will be the free PlayStation Plus games for June 2020.
Google Stadia is ramping up its efforts to provide more games for its players amid the coronavirus crisis.
It’s time to suit up! “Iron Man VR” has officially gone gold and is well on its way to hit its target release date.
Capcom has one final surprise for fans of the popular fighting game “Street Fighter 5.”
On Tuesday, Blizzard Entertainment announced its decision to not hold BlizzCon this year due to the worsening situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The puzzle-solving and mystery unraveling is not yet done as Frogwares announced the development of a new “Sherlock Holmes” game
Electronic Arts has a big surprise in store for fans of its hit football simulation “Madden NFL.”
It sure looks like Sony is ramping up its PR work for its upcoming PlayStation 5. This time, the Japanese tech giant seems to be hinting about an incredible new feature that might be included in its next generation console.
“Assassin’s Creed Valhalla” won’t be all about killing and plundering. Apparently, there will be rap battles, too!
Fans looking forward to the “Fairy Tail” game this June will be disappointed.
Microsoft and Xbox Series X might be currently winning in the PR department for the next generation of consoles, but it looks like Sony and PlayStation 5 is starting to catch up.
“Valorant” will not be released in the summer of 2020 as originally planned. Instead, Riot Games will be releasing it earlier!
Fans eagerly waiting for PlayStation 5 could be in for a treat in the coming weeks.
Shoto Todoroki, the beloved “My Hero” protagonist who holds the power to unleash both ice and fire, will be coming to “Jump Force” this May 26 as a downloadable character.
What could have been a dream update for “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” fans, particularly for professional gamers, turned into another headache.
The “Kingdom Hearts” community received a massive blow on Monday after Square Enix announced the delay of the game’s mobile spinoff.
The upcoming controller for PlayStation 5 called DualSense has already been teased to use haptic feedback. However, it is only recently that gamers get a bigger perspective on the effect of the new feature.
After the release of the first major DLC for “Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” last April, it appears Bandai Namco is not yet done adding some interesting contents to the game.
If a recent leak is to be believed, the “Mafia: Trilogy” could be released sooner than what was initially expected.
“Ghost of Tsushima” has eased one of the biggest concerns of its fans: file size.
“Doctor Who” fans are in for a treat. Apparently, two games based on the British media franchise are in the works and will be released sooner rather than later!
Cory Balrog, SIE Santa Monica Studio director who is known for his work on “God of War,” wants to make a superhero game. Specifically, he wants a title focused on “Hawkeye.”
“Doom Eternal” brought chaos to itself after its latest update that irked fans.
Warner Bros. and TT Games are currently offering “The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game” for free.
Sony and Sucker Punch Productions just made everyone excited and hyped following their State-of-Play broadcast dedicated to “Ghost of Tsushima.”
"Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2" is coming in September, and there are a lot more to expect from the game.
Epic Games didn’t waste time and gets ahead of the competition in announcing its plan to bring “Fortnite” to the next generation of gaming.
After initially being delayed indefinitely due to the coronavirus crisis, "Iron Man VR" finally got a new release date.
“Valorant” is still in closed beta, but it still wasn’t able to escape a common problem that hounds even major titles today: cheaters.
Bungie is going back to the old ways of rewarding “Destiny 2” players for actually playing and grinding in the game instead of buying and spending tons of money to get strong.