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Respawn has confirmed that the Titanfall DLC will now be free forever – as long as you purchase the game. [via Twitter]

A title update has been released for GTA V which fixes issues with both GTA Online and the story mode. [More…]

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is getting a new content update in April. Whether the update will include the remastered (in 1080p 60fps) Halo 3: ODST and Relic for Halo 2 is not known. Images of both can be found here.

There will be no ‘Battle of the Five Armies DLC’ for LEGO The Hobbit, Warner Bros. has confirmed.

Blizzard have said that they have no plans to nerf the Hunter Hero or Dr. Boom cards in Hearthstone. [More…]

Vostok Games is planning to introduce new servers for Survarium in an effort to reduce player ping times and improve their gaming experience. [More…]

GTA V’s Los Santos has been recreated by a player in Cities: Skylines, and it looks amazing.


Phil Spencer chatted with Eurogamer about his vision for the Xbox One. Growth and no current plans to jump on VR are discusses.

Screenshots & Concept Art


Go behind the scenes with this video for Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious, which is available 27 March. [More…]

The March update (1.12) for DriveClub is available this week. The update brings a new replay feature, new car for level 50 drivers, drift adjustments and plenty more.

More cars. This time it’s from the delayed Project CARS and it’s all about the pits and qualifying.

And even more vehicles. Well. A drivable couch at least. In Battlefield Hardline.

Bloodborne has a launch trailer.

Mortal Kombat X for Xbox 360 and PS3 has been delayed until ‘this summer’ and will not release alongside the Xbox One, PS4 and PC versions on 14 April. The good news is that Friday the 13th’s Jason Voorhees will be a playable fighter in the Kombat Pack DLC.

Story mode footage from Mortal Kombat X has also made its way onto the internet.

MKX Kombat Kast episode five for Mortal Kombat X also focused on the story mode.

Life is Strange: Episode 2 arrives on 24 March. If you’re keen on seeing 15 minutes of gameplay, this was shown off at EGX Rezzed. Spoilers and audience participation ahead.

And we will leave you with this… Goat Simulator is heading to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 in April.