The reckoning is close at hand. Judgement day, if you will. The yearly formal announcement of a new Call of Duty game. The events are either met with applause or a myriad of downvotes on YouTube, but today's livestream will likely be a high point for the franchise's rocket history as of late. It's back with Call of Duty: WWII.
With Remedy's co-founder and face of Max Payne - Sam Lake - appearing at all sorts of media events over the last month, it stands to reason he and his company wish to expand their grasp on the industry. And if a proposed IPO goes as planned, Remedy Entertainment will be well on their way to that goal.
Give people an open world, guns and friends and they'll find every way of finding the fun. But what's being put in place to tweak Ghost Recon: Wildlands post-release? This is where we list those changes;
With the first financial quarter of the year wrapping up at the end of March, i's finally time for the big publishers to reveal whether they met their sales targets. For Capcom, it's a touchy subject.
Three stories broke about Ubisoft's release of For Honor back on launch week: all of them about balance issues and bug patches. Closing off the first week of release, another update has begun making rounds in an attempt to fix some of the issues still affecting the game.
They may be asking for fans to name their new game, but that doesn't mean they're done with their current title. Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide is getting another new lease of life with the Stromdoft update early next month.
Whether you've managed to complete the various, arching playthroughs of NieR: Automata or have yet to chance it over fear of hitting the 'White Screen' with an AMD 4x Series GPU, the game's first DLC offerings will be with us in just a few weeks.
Having released as one of the first critically acclaimed games of the year, Resident Evil 7 reached Capcom's aims - to both renew the series and return it to its roots. The game's first free update, however, wouldn't have matched those same expectations. So it's dodging its original Spring release.
We didn't expect Watch Dogs 2 to get quite as many version updates as it seems to be dishing out as of late, but that's hardly a bad thing. Ubisoft's hacking sequel has a lot more character than its original hooded recluse, so we can guess we'll be seeing a lot more of the Dedsec crew in the months to come.