While it’s an E3 announcement made during Sony’s press conference, we figure it’s such big news that we will mention it here too. GTA V will be coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One this fall. Yay.
Bungie has clarified the game modes (or ‘structures’) available in Destiny. There are solo missions, co-op, multiplayer and more available, so you should be kept entertained for some time. [More…]
The Xbox One version of Destiny will now have a higher resolution thanks to the additional resources unlocked by the removal of the necessity for Kinect on the console. [More…]
A second round of rumours suggest that Titanfall 2 will not be a Microsoft exclusive and will be hitting the PS4. The game is said to be “in the planning stages.” [More…]
Resogun is getting its first bit of DLC called ‘Heroes’. The DLC will add two new modes to the game and arrive alongside a significant patch. [More…]
Square Enix has announced Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris -a co-op game in the vein of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light- which is “coming soon” to PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
The Last Guardian has not been cancelled and is “in full development in Japan”. That’s the words from two of Sony’s top brass. [More…]
Dance Central: Spotlight has been outed by by an ESRB rating in the US. [More…]
Sony and PlayStation has made it to the top of global annual console sales for the first time in eight years. Thanks to their five (PS4, PS3, PS2, Vita and PSP) consoles available, Sony sold a total of 18.7 million in the last year, while Nintendo sold 16.31 million units and Microsoft sold 11.6 million. [More…]
OpTic Gaming grabbed the first X Games gold medal for Call of Duty this past weekend in a final against Team Kaliber. The full list of placings can be found here.
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The “official teaser trailer” for Battlefield Hardline. Pretty sure the full version will be doing the rounds before you even watch this one. [It is – see our EA wrap]
H1Z1 is looking pretty good. Except for all the zombie killing of course…
Another teaser trailer – this time for PES 2015 – which is likely to have a full trailer soon.
Ubisoft has announced Shape Up for the Xbox One. Yes, fitness is key to the ‘game’.