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.
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.
Relic Entertainment and SEGA Europe are ready to show us the three faction leaders, Gabriel Angelos, Farseer Macha, and Gorgutz from Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III in a new gameplay video that's titled 'Prophecy 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.
With a heavy history in the design, implementation and execution of multiple different strategy games of the years, Stardock is beginning to take a slightly different approach to some of the genres major sub-systems.
Ending where it began twelve months earlier, the standalone Elite Dangerous: Arena ceases to be sold.
Just like with Take-Two before it, the quarterly earnings calls are the best source of information this time of year. And Activision's performance briefing makes good mention of Destiny 2.
SEGA in association with Creative Assembly, Relic Entertainment and Amplitude have announced another Make War Not Love event that will run from February 16th until the 19th. The annual valentines mocking promotion pits communities against each other to win various prizes.
For the first time in their history, NIS America will be streaming their typically press-only event to the world next week.