An online shooter lives or dies on the quality of its gunplay, which is why developerhas updated its World War 2 themed title Heroes & Generals with an improved hit detection system.
With the addition of the latestupdate the game now uses server-side hit detection instead of the more common client-side hit detection.
Generally when a popular MMO announces a new expansion, said expansion comes with a raised level cap. More content, more grinding, that's the rule.
Well, that's not the case with Guild Wars 2 and its forthcoming expansion Heart of Thorns, according to developer
Confirmingwe heard earlier this week. EA and developers have revealed that the second Battlefield: Hardline beta will kick off next week on Tuesday, February 3.
This new chance to test the cops versus robbers shooter adds the new Hotwire mode, as well as a bunch of new weapons and gadgets. The beta will run for five days.
recent HD remaster of Quantic Dream adventure game Fahrenheit has an interesting bug that will only affect players who use special characters in their Steam name.
Usersare reporting that Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered uses your default Steam name to create a save, which is fine unless your name happens to use characters that Windows doesn't recognise.
Today the HD Edition of Heroes of Might and Magic III finally releases onto PC, dusting off the 15-year-old classic and giving it a fancy spit polish. Seven campaign scenarios and 48 skirmish maps await.
What's more, we've just publishedof the turn-based strategy's return. French studio is behind the HD revival of the classic in the Heroes of Might and Magic series.
has posted their 'roadmap to release' for Take On Mars, the simulation game that lets us try to colonise Mars as the very first humans. It all started with just a Martian-bound rover.
Now it's time to start setting up mankind's very first presence on the Red Planet. The published roadmap sets June as the target date for the final release, with early beta due in early April.
latest rewinding adventure Life is Strange is almost here and so the third and final developer diary from the studio has been released. Now we get a peek at how they went about making the game world.
We're also treated to the voice actors behind Max and her friend Chloe. The diary also looks at the licensed music for the episodic series, and discusses their choice of art style for the game.