If you can't make a living kicking a ball around a field, why not make one bashing it around in a rocket-propelled bat-mobile in Rocket League?
Another months, another loot crate. Rocket League isn't the only game to use these micro-transaction monsters, but they're one the first to have a major farming problem.
We reported sometime last month that the open roads of American Truck Simulator were going to hit the gallon big gulps. With Open Beta behind us, the time has arrived to brave the wider lanes of the Great American Highway.
Ubisoft's rather generous offer of giving away The Crew - one of 2014's biggest driving games - for free seems to be making much more sense today with the release of the 'Calling All Units' expansion.
With news arriving just a few days ago of Rocket League's impending community trick-shot builder, the December update is getting another piece of similar functionality with official Steam Workshop support.
If you've played much Rocket League over the months, you've likely come to realise how difficult it can be to climb the ranks without a solid grasp of the game's short-burst flight mechanics. But following the example of user created training tools, Psyonix are looking to implement fan-made training regimes for players to share online.
It's Thursday, the weekend is nearly here, but you can't face the thought of pushing through with Friday to get there. With a long week almost behind you, you'd rather start the wind-down early by riding the open road in the most patriotic truck you can find. The American Truck Simulator update just made the virtual world considerably bigger.
Targem Games’ and Gaijin Entertainment’s post-apocalyptic Action MMO Crossout now features Clan Wars, an all new game mode that allows players to fight for a famed position on the leaderboards, participating clans will also compete for a rare resource used to craft powerful relics - Uranium.