With the long-awaited Doomfist making his PTR appearance this month, Overwatch players are stuck wondering when he'll be pushed from testing and into the main game. It's tomorrow. But is he bringing something more?
While a sizabe portion of the gaming world may be looking, or reading, about a team-based shooter by the name of Splatoon 2 today, there's a certain other team-based shooter having similarly big event.
Overtaking Grand Theft Auto V's record for the most concurrent Steam players at any one moment earlier this month, you'd think PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds was selling pretty well. And it is.
We live in a world of remasters. The last console generation ushered in remakes and reworkings of games that sat comfortably on the machines that preceded them. Now, with a new generation in full swing, games of the last generation are being remade for the current.
Since the release of Doom in 1993 one detail has been shrouded in mystery: who is the mysterious protagonist known only as Doomguy? Well, we now know the face behind the mask.
Still pushing ahead with their plans to have a blockbuster MOBA contender, Epic Games outlined their plans for Paragon's beta exit.
If you've joined in any big-name beta - or played any MMO on launch day - you've likely come across your fair share of log-in issues. For one Destiny 2 player, however, he managed to rack up 500 of them.
The guys behind Brink team up with renowned World of Tanks publisher, lending their industry-wide multiplayer experience with one of the scene's leading groups.
Even if your wish for Half-Life 3 was to ever come true, it wouldn't satisfy the itch for very long. That's the idea we're getting from series writer Marc Laidlaw.