Okay, so some of this footage we've already seen before. But this direct-feed unedited look at an early mission of XCOM 2, clearly sells the game as a true sequel to 2012's Enemy Unknown. Everything just looks better. From the animation to the cinematic close-ups, to the take downs, and even the interface. And probably most surprisingly, an action-packed story that looks every bit as good as the gameplay.
Knights of the Fallen Empire, the new expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic (set for release on October 27th) is set to be a interesting left turn for the game. And the big-budget MMO genre as a whole. With a focus primarily on story, and a grand cinematic one at that, Knights of the Fallen Empire is being touted by BioWare as a return to their storytelling roots.
In a Twitter video posted to the official @EAStarWars account no less. Taking a slice of gameplay from the Tatooine level that was previously demonstrated on the PS4, comes footage of the PC version of Star Wars Battlefront in action. Which you can just tell is being played with mouse and keyboard, thanks to the twitchy and precise to a fault movement.
One of the surprise announcements at E3 this year was the news that Microsoft is adding backwards compatibility to the Xbox One. With over a million responses and counting, Xbox fans are chiming in and voting for which Xbox 360 games they want to see supported. Coming in at number one is Red Dead Redemption, the classic open-world Western from Rockstar Games.
Blizzard have revealed details about the upcoming Patch 2.3.0 for Diablo III. And much like the recent and pretty hefty 2.2.0 update, this new patch will bring many changes to the game. Good ones too. Like a whole new region to explore called the Ruins of Sescheron and expanding the available Difficulty Levels all the way up to Torment X. As in Torment 10. Diablicous!