Publisherand free-to-play tank MMO will be entering Early Access next week, May 27th. A new trailer for one of Armored Warfare's maps has just been released.
Tiers 1 through 6 will be available first, with the studio continuing to balance the higher tiers. They want to crunch the numbers on low to mid-tier vehicles first. River Point is the map in the latest trailer.
El Presidente must defend his tropical island paradise from "foreign agents at all costs" in the latest Tropico 5 expansion. Next week the Espionage add-on will be released and with it a new campaign spanning six missions.
There are also nine new spy and military buildings, four new island maps, new music, new avatar costumes and accessories, new sandbox tasks and events, and the new spy mechanics.
has announced F1 2015 will remain in the pits another month, so it won't be coming out in June but will instead release July 10th.
They've also released the first teaser which has precious few moments of actual gameplay. This new F1 title is built using a new game engine and a physics-based handling model.
The newest developer diary for Europa Universalis IV is "so large that it is spread over two weeks", but today we get the first look at how the new upcoming expansion - Common Sense - dramatically alters the landscape.
reveals we'll have interactions with our subject states like never before, ranging from enforcing culture and religion to installing our dynasty on their throne, or supporting loyalists.
It's the 1970s and you're a housekeeper in a fictional Latin American city. Your boss is mysterious, rich and involved in something - maybe. Piqued your interest?brings us Sunset, a narrative-driven first-person meddler.
You could just stick to your job and not get nosey in your employer's personal things, or would you like to get caught up in a rebel uprising against a dictator? Such is the burden all housekeepers face daily.
Patch 1.03 for The Witcher 3 out now on PC, brings performance improvements and new graphics options
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's 1.03 patch ison Steam and GOG.com, and brings a number of changes including new graphics options and general stability and performance improvements.
It's the first step towards smoothing out the game's rough edges, and perhaps adding in a little bit of extra visual flair - CD Projektthat the game's graphics were tuned down a bit since its impressive VGX demo.
So few games these days seem to take into account the substantial, crack-like allure of local multiplayer. So it is an absolute delight that Porcunipine by developer Big Green Pillow has waddled onto the scene to remind us of those halcyon days of folks huddled around a computer, having a good old lark while they engage in compelling competitive play.
A top-down arena based battler, Porcunipine has players choose from a variety of different porcupines as they set out to skewer and puncture each other with their horrifically sharp quills, all the while scooping up the skulls of their fallen foes for precious points.
has announced that it's bringing Asian market MMO Blade & Soul across to North America and Europe this Winter, with a new free-to-play model.
The game, which has been amongst the most popular subscription model MMO's since it launched in the East back in 2012, has an action-packed style inspired traditional(martial hero) literature.
Gaijin Entertainment and Targem Games, the twosome behind popular World War Two MMO, are uniting again to multiplayer vehicle combat game Crossout to PC. It's another Mad Max-style effort about strapping miniguns to the front of your car, and blowing enemy vehicles into scrap metal. There's certainly been lately,
Sometimes it's easy to forget just how many exciting games there are in development. Take inXile Entertainment's Torment: Tides of Numenara, for example, which had completely dropped off my radar for some reason.
It's back on there now, thanks to a very intriguing new trailer that shows off some of the fantasy RPG's bizarre environments. Like an ashen desert filled with great big pustules that occasionally burst and splatter blood everywhere. Lovely.
Harebrained Schemesthe first batch of screens and the first trailer for Shadowrun: Hong Kong, the third Kickstarter-funded entry in its cyberpunk fantasy RPG series.
Oh, and it's looking lovely. Soothing neon lights, grimy backstreets, a cool new setting. Fireballs. What more could you want?
Riot Gamesto crack down on anti-social behaviour in its eternally popular MOBA League of Legends – the latest initiative is a “player reform system” that punishes verbal harassment within fifteen minutes of a match ending. The system is now live in the North American region.
If team-mates or opponents report a layer for offensive behaviour, this new automated response system examines the situation, and if found guilty delivers him or her a reform card via email, with a chat log highlighting the offence in question and revealing the appropriate punishment.
Polish teamhas announced Kursk, an adventure and survival game (with a few horror elements if, like me, you've got a crippling fear of the deep ocean) inspired by the Russian submarine disaster that occurred .
The Kursk was lost along with all its crew when a torpedo exploded on board. According to Jujubee, the game will study the incident “from a new angle", using details from the real-life disaster along with fictionalised elements.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Castlevania producer's return to the so-called 'Igavania' genre that made his name, will be open for beta testing to those who back it for at least $60.
Development team IGA revealed the news inon their Kickstarter campaign page, though the exact details haven't quite been nailed down just yet.
The Witcher 3 is a very good-looking game, but it doesn't quite hold up to the jaw-dropping standards of its initial promotional trailer, first shown off at the VGX game awards show in 2013. While it doesn't seem to have angered players as much as the, a section of the fanbase has been fairly vocal about what's becoming a frustratingly common issue in the games industry - glossy, breathtaking promo trailers that wildly over-promise the visual capabilities of a game's engine.
will demonstrate more gameplay from its upcoming action game Hellblade the week before E32015, the developer has revealed on its official
The studio has also released a developer diary video to accompany the announcement. It's refreshingly honest, actually, about how difficult and time-consuming it is to market your game.
I think in a real firefight I'd probably want something a little more practical, but that doesn't mean I don't appreciate the new nailgunweapon that will make its debut in Battlefield: Hardline's first expansion pack.
Due out this June forowners, will also include four new maps - Backwoods, Code Blue, The Beat and Black Friday - as well as new weapons, vehicles and a brand new game mode.
Dark Future: Blood Red States is a modern reboot of the classic Mad Max-inspired boardgame, coming Winter 2015
Originally released way back in 1988,was a Games Workshop boardgame very much inspired by grimy post-apocalyptic movies like and Death Race.
Development team Auroch Digital is coming back to this long-forgotten franchise with Dark Future: Blood Red States, an updated reboot of the boardgame which focuses on vehicular combat.
Last year all that power went to's head, and the developer went and blew up Lion’s Arch, the most prominent capital city in Guild Wars 2, as part of the game's ongoing Living Storyline.
Now that the villainous(she tore the place up with a great big drill mounted on an airship) has been defeated, however, it's time to rebuild. Guild Wars 2 players have been asked to help with that process.
Beta testing has officially kicked off for Blizzard's cross-IP MOBA Heroes of the Storm. Anyone who missed out on the initial alpha phase and a subsequent closed beta can now jump in and start playing.
, download the game client through Battle.net, and away you go. To get trounced by some team of sods who've already been playing for about two hundred hours.