In an absolute steal, Sony has come up trumps with new Cyberpunk 2077 details. Microsoft famously ended their 2018 E3 press conference with a Cyberpunk 2077 trailer, but it looks like CD Projekt RED has decided to play the field, with a new behind-the-scenes video detailing the game (in short form), from the PlayStation Blog.
With Battlefield V still on track to get its long talked about battle royale mode, Firestorm, later this month - it's strange that we still don't know a lot about how it will work. Well, in an apparent breakdown video that has leaked - the answer is a lot like other battle royale games out there. With added Battlefield.
In that with RAGE 2's combo-based combat and abilities, you'll essentially feel like a Wasteland Superhero. This new trailer showcases a blend of new footage and some stuff we've seen before, but after the jam-packed month of gaming that was February 2019 - it also serves as a nice reminder that RAGE 2 is around the corner. And still looks amazing.
With a new NVIDIA GPU of course. When it comes to sport, there’s always an angle around the quality of the equipment and how that plays a role in improving performance and delivering results. Like say how this one fancy tennis racquet will let you unlock your high-speed serving potential. Of course, skill plays a major role – the biggest. Using that tennis example as a point of reference, a fancy racquet won’t mean much if you’ve never played the sport. But, for those that play - the tools or equipment matter.
Sorry about the pun there, it's been a long summer. Ahem. So ahead of this year's upcoming Ashes test series, a new Ashes Cricket has been announced as having been in the works, though now it's called Cricket 19 - The Official Game of the Ashes which is a bit of a mouthful, but as Cricket.com.au has revealed, the game will feature both the men and woman's competition surrounding the Ashes.
So now you can finally use the PS4 Remote Play app to connect to your PlayStation 4 and remotely play PlayStation 4 games on your iPhone or iPad. The feature which was first made available for those with Sony Xperia Z3 smartphones, and then PCs a few years ago. iOS support has been a long-time coming, so it's great to see the functionality finally arrive.
Which was brought to our attention yesterday, which showcased how a Level 1 rifle was somehow the most powerful weapon in the game. Even though Anthem has had a somewhat rocky launch in terms of issues and a general feeling that there's not much to do once you finish the campaign, BioWare have been responding to feedback and addressing issues pretty quick.
Teased yesterday, today we've got the full reveal of publishers 3D Realms and 1C Entertainment and developer KillPixel's new retro-FPS. Built with the original Quake engine, WRATH: Aeon of Ruin is said to bring elements from Doom, Quake, Duke Nukem 3D, Blood, Unreal, and Hexen into the 21st century. Bold claims to be sure, but based on the announcement trailer - we can't wait to check this out.
Yeah, that's right - the original action-RPG classic is available right now on GOG.com. This marks the first time that Blizzard's Diablo has been made available digitally, where it can be played in its original 20FPS SVGA glory - updated and optimised for Windows 10. And the best part is, more classic Blizzard games are coming to the platform.
Sonyphiles, Sony hierarchy and the industry have been lauding the PS4's lineup of exclusives since last year (and even before then), and a much-anticipated part of this roster is the out-of-leftfield Days Gone -- an open-world survival action-RPG hybrid that gives us some new heroes in a few bikers covered in tattoos. But is giving us new character archetypes enough? We played the game in preview form for a few hours, and we'll give you our verdict on that very question, plus many more.
Progression in Anthem is primarily based on gear score, the higher the number the more damage a gun or skill does. At least that's the idea. In a new post over on the Anthem subreddit a player noticed a peculiar and startling issue. Turns out that damage numbers are mostly meaningless with the Level 1 version of a rifle doing as much damage as a high-level version. Which, yeah, completely breaks the game.
The Xbox One compilation of the first four Halo titles first hit the scene in late 2014, and since that time has seen a number of improvements. Plus, the addition of 4K Xbox One X enhanced visuals last year. So then, what could this big news be? Something that warrants its own teaser trailer? Our money is on Halo: Master Chief Collection coming to Windows 10 with full cross-play multiplayer support.
So yeah, definitely Devil May Cry then. Very much something that fans of the series will dig, this new entry also serves as a new visual benchmark for real-time cinematics. Which, as over the top and stylish as they are (and they most certainly are), they also look incredible. Especially if your playing on a 4K console or high-end PC.
Nightdive Studios has a habit of loving history so much, they're willing to bring it back to moderinity. Well, in as much as its the same game-engine, content and retro-awesomeness, only now looks shinier because of our superior TVs and consoles. Turok, which outside of Quake was one of the first fully poly 3D shooters ever made, but came to the Nintendo 64 first, will now return to The Big N via the Nintendo Switch.
No doubt we're currently experiencing a bit of an old-school shooter renaissance. , Project Warlock, AMID EVIL, and even 3D Realms own Ion Maiden - which runs on an updated version of the original Duke Nukem 3D Build engine. And now the publisher is partnering with 1C Company (IL-2 Sturmovik, King’s Bounty) on a new Quake 1 project.
With developer Frontier stating in a recent community update that it will be "a defining moment in the history of the game and it will be our biggest update yet". As Elite Dangerous recently wrapped up a year of free content as part of the Beyond season, Frontier promises that players can still expect regular updates - but the next big thing will take some time.
Released late last year, Just Cause 4 brought back the destruction open-world sandbox game with a new weather system and plenty of new toys. Although we felt it fell short of the series' long history - the game has just joined the ever growing Xbox Game Pass library.
Everyone's favourite digital dictator simulator meets city builder, Tropico, is back with its sixth installment later this month. And there's good news for fans of El Presidente, as you can play the Open Beta on Steam right now. Expiring this weekend the Tropico 6 beta offers access to the full tutorial, all eras (excluding modern times which is still in the tutorial, plus a bunch of missions and maps.