We're all being spoiled for choice with shooters this weekend. Adding the the list of free shooter experiences that would usually cost full price, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare goes free-to-play this weekend.
Ever keeping the fans of their toes, Respawn Entertainment has finally unearthed the release date for the long-awaited 'Live Fire' update to Titanfall 2.
Ready to wield a claymore in a video game adaption of an anime series that isn't specifically called 'Claymore'? Ready or not, Guts is here to chop up the opposition with this Berserk and the Band of the Hawk launch trailer.
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.
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.
They probably won't last quite as a long as a genuine skirmish, but the Frontlines mode of Battlefield 1 should give off a strong taste of war.
Getting back into the swing of things, Epic Games are promising to follow with their 2017 pattern of releasing a new Paragon hero in a somewhat timely fashion.
Apparently being viewed as competitors by other members of the industry, Rebellion hopes to quell the preconception by opening up their library of 2000AD characters to other developers.
How often do you see a major game developer publishing its latest changelog through a Reddit post? DICE are doing just that to show off the mammoth amount of changes coming to Battlefield 1 once they're done having a go-around in the CTE.
It's Activision Blizzard's turn to submit their quarterly earnings report to their shareholders - and the words speak volume when it comes to the future of the Call of Duty franchise.