Turtle Rock Studios, the developers of Left 4 Dead and Evolve, are now hiring to develop a new game that's going to be part of some world-renowned franchise. What could it be?
We asked people from Fatshark (Warhammer Vermintide 1 and 2) and Rebellion (Zombie Army Trilogy, Sniper Elite, Strange Brigade) why there weren't more 4-player co-op games like Valve's Left 4 Dead.
Latest information about Creative Assembly's upcoming tactical shooter is pointing towards some interesting reveals.
The Oathkeeper certainly has a way with shields, pirouettes, and using both to deal some serious damage.
Sometimes when playing a game, you want to immerse yourself in the deep tactics of a strategy game, or the captivating story of an RPG. At other times, you want to pump hot lead into a bunch of baddies. That, of course, isn't to say that shooters cannot be deep or have great storylines, but when it comes to shooters, the focus is shooting. Here are the best shooters on PC.
Multiplayer games don't always have to be competitive. Sometimes taking on challenges alongside a friend or more can provide as much, or even more, fun and entertainment as a competitive multiplayer game. While co-op titles rarely match the overall popularity of their competitive counterparts, the category still counts a number of masterpieces in its ranks.
Showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich tweeted out a number of character descriptions, with hints on how they would be portrayed in The Witcher TV show.
Before they made Warhammer: Vermintide, Fatshark made the Dead Island spin-off for Deep Silver. We asked CEO Martin Wahlund why Escape Dead Island wasn't as good as could have been.