Remember that free-to-play dogfighting game on the PlayStation Store that you happened to see when you just bought your PlayStation 4 because there weren’t any games out on the console? No? Just me? Anyway, War Thunder, a cross-platform game for PC and PlayStation 4, introduced a very interesting update back in August 2014. Gaijin Entertainment added the Revenue Share Partner program to support user created content created using the War Thunder CDK.
War Thunder is game all about combat between planes, tanks, and ships. It’s set during World War II, which was a long time ago. But it’s about to go back even further in history with a new update.
Two years ago, Mad Otter Games, led by original Red Baron developer Damon Slye, attempted tothe original Red Baron on Kickstarter, but the crowdfunding failed. The developers are hoping persistence will pay off, though, as now both the original Red Baron (1998) and Red Baron 3D (2000) are available on Steam, in hopes of generating interest in a new Red Baron crowdfunding campaign.
Daijin Entertainment has unveiled the latest tanks for their action-simulation War Thunder in the 1.55 update. The new tanks are the British Royal Armour, which will add a complete tree of three dozen vehicles.
First Class Simulations has announced that it will be releasing a new downloadable content pack for Flight Simulator X. The Discover Australia and New Zealand expansion pack will be landing on Steam on 13th November, 2015.
has updated World of Warplanes with eight new attack planes for Germany like the Junkers Ju 87, or the experimental Messerschmitt Me P.1102 B. It's a real tech tree expansion alright.
If you ask whetherwould have liked to have published MMO World of Tanks and surprise hit The Banner Saga, then surely they'd jump at the chance? Not so, reveals VP of acquisition, Shams Jorjani.
It's Christmas time soon, which means that every single game out there is planning some kind of festive event, or giving its NPCs reindeer antlers, or - in the case of World of Warplanes - letting you fly
World of Warplanes has received its latest Update 1.6, adding new aircraft, user interface and technical improvements and an extension to the ‘El Halluf’ battle arena.
1C Game Studios has announced that its historical WWI flight sim Ilya Muromets is in Early Access form for the rather reasonable price of $19.99.