And with a name like that, you won't soon forget it. Especially when the HMAS Vampire served in two wars, both World War I and World War II before being sunk by Japanese forces off the coast of Sri Lanka in 1942. And now the HMAS Vampire is coming to World of Warships, and in the process putting Australia on the naval action MMO map.
The latest expansion for Hearthstone is available now and as the title suggests it takes players into the depths of Azeroth with a new free single-player mode called Dungeon Run. Which is every bit as awesome as it sounds with boss battles, loot, and special cards and features designed to entertain both new and old players alike.
Of course five of those are for versions of the seminal Street Fighter II, but getting arcade ports of pretty much all of the great 2D Street Fighters in one package is a good thing. Plus, the collections is coming to basically every platform with a PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC release expected in May 2018.
And each one looks pretty interesting in its own right. First up there's GTFO (take a guess what it stands for), a new co-op shooter that looks like a cross between Left 4 Dead and Aliens. It comes from one of the lead designers of the Payday series and was announced alongside gameplay footage at The Game Awards earlier today.
But you'll need to sit through most of the trailer to get to the desert-y goodness, because it's mostly build-up. But hey, if you're 2017's most played game you might as well add a bit of showmanship to a reveal trailer. The reveal comes after yesterday's map reveal of Miramar, PUBG's new desert location.
A visually impressive and very weird look, but not one that will make a lot of sense. Invisible creatures, weird suits powered by fetuses, mud tentacles, and that's just part of it. Yeah Hideo Kojima's latest project is certainly something to keep an eye on, but even now after watching an 8 minute trailer thingy - we still have no idea what it's about.
At The Game Awards, which just wrapped up moments ago, we got a release date announcement for Rare's upcoming online pirate adventure Sea of Thieves. And that date is March 20, 2018. With the long-awaited swash-buckling sea-roaming treasure-hunting title is set to make its debut for Xbox One and Windows 10.