Today is the last day to earn yourself some free War Chests packed with all kinds of treasure and goodies.
Call of Duty: WWII’s latest event brings with it a lot of new content and a terrific new UI update.
Earlier today Amazon.ca let slip a product page that indicated there is a new Splinter Cell on the horizon.
Operation: Shamrock and Awe begins Tuesday, March 13th and brings with it new items, fewer duplicates, and new special duplicates.
What can we expect in Destiny’s next story?
Fortnite: it’s going to be literally everywhere.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will be available for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC July 10th.
Life in a hospital can be boring and drab, but not with the power of video games.
If you’re doing well in school, you can earn some well-deserved game time.
2018 is looking to be the Year of Fortnite so far.
Assassin’s Creed Origins Ramps Up Deity Boss Fights.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is going to run much better on Xbox and the lobby likely won’t be as toxic, albeit a little less fun.
The Iron Banner returns to 6 vs. 6 PVP
Sledgehammer offering double XP for playing Domination on Aachen or Prop Hunt on Sainte Marie du Mon.
A post-apocalyptic strategy/adventure game by Payday’s designer Ulf Andersson’s new team.
Brigette Lindholm Makes the Overwatch Team.
Love is a battlefield but not in Metal Gear Survive
In response to player feedback, Destiny prepares the next few months of updates.
Ubisoft details the third expansion for ACO.
Konami wants you to pay for multiple characters in their new Metal Gear spin-off.
Past Cure launches worldwide tomorrow, and the new launch trailer is horrifically thrilling.
The co-founders will take up new positions at Activision.
Microsoft is offering up 80s action, abstract shooters, and Disney adventure for free this month with your Xbox Live Gold Membership.
Grand Theft Auto V Premium Edition for Xbox caught on Amazon Germany.
Tomorrow is the day you have been waiting for. Discovery Tour drops for PC and Console platforms with patch 1.3.0.
The Houston Texans defensive end and Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year asks his fans to weigh in on an important question.
A new posting on the Blizzard job board indicates the creative team is expanding.
Kick off the Year of the Dog in the most fitting way.