We're a week into the release of Sniper Elite 4, and we can bet a lot of men have been shot between the legs. If you want to keep up the momentum, make sure to keep an eye out for the new goods arriving in the game's first update.
When Jeff Kaplan took to the Overwatch forums on Monday to throw the Doomfist hype off track, he made quick mention of how long it typically takes the team to craft new emotes, highlight intros and poses for each of the game's varied characters.
What's going on with NieR: Automata? First there's no Steam release date, then there's mention of a delay, then there's a release date that quickly gets nuked.
You ever wondered what the bottom of a Goblin's shoe looks like? Well... BAM! There it is.
Got a spare £20 saved for a rainy day? Imagine it's raining right now and start considering throwing that cash to EA for a full year subscription to Origin Access.
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.
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.
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.