Following Norse mythology, Vikings: Wolves of Midgard is all about Ragnarok and the spawning of the Jotun - massive god-tier creatures ripe for the killing. Whereas your Diablo character just happens to be a powerful mortal, your Viking is one with powers bestowed by the gods themselves. And with any game in recent memory, launch day isn't the end of it. We're going to detail every patch - big or small - down below.
You may have gotten some time in with Victor Vran when it turned up on a Humble Bundle late last year, but there was certainly a larger reason for that push.
We're about 2 weeks away from the release of the second major expansion to the comical turn-based strategy title Renowned Explorers. It's been a long time coming, but the day is close at hand. For that, we deserve a new trailer.
Games and their developers seems to be in a never ending power struggle. When one update goes live, the team is already hard at work on the next. There's always a bug ready to be squashed, and it's the main focus of the next Stellaris patch - Stellaris 1.6 'Adams'.
Ready to hack off some limbs and use them to hack off even more? That's how things work in The Surge as you'll see from its newest trailer.
The world is one vast, open playground. It is in real-life, and that fact only becomes more drastically true as we look at today's gaming culture. Constantly spoiled by these open spaces with developers constantly trying to build one larger than the last, it's time to look back at what makes these sandbox environments so gripping. And four of the leading development teams will be doing just that at PDXCON 2017 next month.
You'd be naive to think that most game developers focus themselves on one game at a time. When design meanings take place, there's likely a couple of ideas floating around that sit well with the team. Naming those games, though? That's the tricky part.
The Banner Saga 3 is on the horizon. After another successful Kickstarter campaign for Stoic, the ball is well and truly moving toward the conclusion of the trilogy. But what's next for the company?
After many years of wishful thinking, Middle Earth: Shadow of War exists. Since the Nemesis system let us butcher Orcs all over Mordor, we've wanted to do it all over again. Now we can, and here's some footage of what to expect.