Three stories broke about Ubisoft's release of For Honor back on launch week: all of them about balance issues and bug patches. Closing off the first week of release, another update has begun making rounds in an attempt to fix some of the issues still affecting the game.
The bugs introduced through the first deployment of Year 2 content to Rainbow Six: Siege likely wasn't the start they, or Ubisoft, were looking for. Thankfully there's a patch coming today that should alleviate at least some of those worries.
If you're heading into the Spring releases expecting to see some Nier Automata in your Steam library, you may have to quell those expectations. We could be looking at a delay.
Promising to spread the good news at their own event over the weekend, NIS America began the weekend by announcing 19 titles currently scheduled for release of the coming year.
Likely coming at least a year after its initial reveal, for those who couldn't attend the E3 Press show for some hands-on time within Fallout 4 VR, rest assured you will get your chance.
Who said that grand strategy is dead? Certainly not Paradox Interactive, as its latest sales figures for Hearts of Iron IV show that the game sold over half a million copies since it's release in June 2016. This announcement follows record sales for Stellaris, Europa Universalis IV and Crusader Kings II.
Just like how Square Enix wants people to move away from the limits of a 32-bit operating system, Blizzard wants to phase out relics of the past.
The developers behind the successful Adventures of Van Helsing series have just released a founders program for Warhammer 40,000 Inquisitor - Martyr, giving paid access to the games alpha to dedicated fans for testing. We got our hands on the early alpha and put it through it's paces to see what kind of potential the game ultimately has.
Seemingly dishing out interviews left, right and center over the last few days, Todd Howard went on record to say that Bethesda's most recent titles are still bringing in big numbers.