Buckle those seat belts and get ready for an epic journey across the cosmos. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is now available for PlayStation®5 (PS5), PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and streaming via GeForce NOW. Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: Cloud Version for Nintendo Switch™ is also available in select regions. In celebration, the team has released a new trailer detailing what fans can expect in the game.
Created by the Eidos-Montréal™ team, who worked closely with Marvel Entertainment, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a single player action-adventure with an all-new story and fresh take on the Guardians of the Galaxy. “Collaborating with Marvel Entertainment to bring Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy to life has been an absolutely incredible journey and experience for the Eidos-Montréal team” said David Anfossi, Head of Studio at Eidos-Montréal. “We’re excited for fans to jump into Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and for the first time ever, step into the boots of Star-Lord and show the universe what they’re made of.”
In Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, take on...
Developer Torn Banner Studios, publisher Tripwire Presents, and global retail publishing partner Deep Silver announced today the launch of the free Chivalry 2: Fight Knight update for the award-winning multiplayer hit and 2021 nominee for the Golden Joysticks Best PC Game and Best Multiplayer Game of the Year.
Out now for PC (via Epic Games Store), the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®5 computer entertainment systems, the Xbox One family of devices, and the Xbox Series X|S console systems, the Chivalry 2: Fight Knight update adds an all-new Brawl mode, Last Team Standing mode, and a new swashbuckling Rapier weapon. In addition, combat becomes even more outrageous now that players with dismembered arms can use headbutts for one last chance at taking down rivals. All this and more comes wrapped in a seasonal Halloween event, filling the ultimate medieval battlefield with festive and spooky decorations.
Chivalry 2: Fight Knight Key Features
Brawl Mode and Maps: Leave your weapons at the door for the all-new brawl mode designed to capture the rowdy and chaotic feel of a tavern brawl. Take...
Activision and Treyarch have released a new trailer for Call of Duty: Vanguard, this time detailing the Zombies mode. In case you’re not aware, this mode is a continuation of the story that started with Block Ops Cold War Zombies mode, and builds upon it extensively.
If you haven’t seen the previous trailers yet, you can find them at the following links:
Call of Duty: Vanguard story trailer
Call of Duty: Vanguard gameplay reveal trailer
Call of Duty: Vanguard Multiplayer reveal trailer
Here’s a quick rundown of the game as we know it so far:
Rise on every front: Dogfight over the Pacific, airdrop over France, defend Stalingrad with a sniper’s precision and blast through advancing forces in North Africa. The Call of Duty franchise returns with Call of Duty: Vanguard, developed by Sledgehammer Games, where players will be immersed in visceral WWII combat on an unprecedented global scale.
Through a deeply engaging single player Campaign, a select group of soldiers from different countries rise to meet the world’s gravest threat. Players will also make their mark across Call of Duty’s...
Capcom has been doing great lately, with its latest financial report from July 2021 showing a company-wide 16.8-percent sales increase (859.6 million), with its videogame division soaring – net sales up 25.6-percent ($691.3 million) and operating income up 53.1-percent ($340.2 million). Now, hoping to capitalize on the PC-gaming boom, Capcom want to make PC its main platform for games, with the initial aim being a 50-percent split between PC and console by 2022 or 2023.
The news comes courtesy of Capcom’s COO who spoke with Japanese news outlet Nikkei. That report was later reiterated by Bloomberg reporter Takashi Mochizuki. Further announcements include that Monster Hunter Rise – a game that has, so far, Nintendo Switch exclusive – will launch on PC in January 2022. Not a surprising move considering leaked data suggested that Monster Hunter World sold better on PC in the West than it did PlayStation.
Beyond this, Capcom has already started a shift to simultaneous releases between PC and console. Monster Hunter World took eight months to land on PC back in 2018 while...
According to a new report from VGC, Konami is overhauling its approach to AAA game development, and part of that plan includes recruiting external studios to develop multiple new Silent Hill games.
News that multiple Silent Hill games are currently in development at various external studios comes as quite a surprise. Konami has typically refrained from collaborating with external studios on projects in the past, and Konami was quick to deny rumors that a Silent Hill reboot was happening following rumors that new Silent Hill games were finally coming way back in early 2020.
All of the hype and desire for a new Silent Hill game, however, could have convinced Konami to do what it takes to relaunch the famed horror series. There have been more rumors about Silent Hill’s reboot than we can count, including the possibility for it returning at the launch of the PS5 and that it could have launched back in August of 2020. A Japanese horror artist hinted at a reboot back in April of 2020, and while we don’t know...
As confirmed by DICE, Battlefield 2042 will not support keyboard and mouse setups on console when it launches this fall. This news comes via a recent blog post that covered a “commitment to positive play” and its revised and expansive community charter. As far as DICE is concerned, console KBM is listed under the studio’s focus on “fair play,” because of potential effects on cross-play and console lobbies, the feature has been set aside – at least for now.
“We can confirm that we won’t be supporting this on consoles at the launch of Battlefield 2042, but we are still investigating the various options about making that available, and how it may impact cross-play. If that ever changes, you’ll hear it from us first.”
This news comes following confirmation that Battlefield 2032 cross-play is already segregated between console generations. In short, players on PS4 and Xbox One will play within their own pool while those on PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC will play in a completely different pool. PS5 and Xbox players will be able...
Following rumors about the GTA Remastered Trilogy in late 2020 on Rockstar’s official GTA forums, the topic has managed to gain a lot of steam. The listing of the GTA Remastered Trilogy on a Korean ratings board back in September 2021 only fueled the rumors and increased discussion even more. That listing didn’t give any information about the trilogy, but it was labeled as “not for youths,” which isn’t surprising by any means.
So far, there has been no official word from Rockstar or 2K to even confirm that the GTA Remastered Trilogy even exists, let alone has an approaching launch date. The appearance on the Korean ratings board does suggest that an announcement is imminent, and now Kotaku is reporting that plans surrounding the remastered GTA games had changed quite a bit. The latest word is that Rockstar is planning to release GTA Remastered Trilogy in November of 2021.
We’ve reached out to Rockstar for comment but have yet to hear back. We’ll be sure to update this article with any response.
Nintendo and PlatinumGames have finally announced a solid release window for Bayonetta 3, marking 2022 as the year of arrival. This news comes four years after the game was officially announced back in 2017, but the game has remained in development, and is now under the direction of Yusuke Miyata – a long-time co-worker of Bayonetta 3’s Executive Director Hideki Kamiya. He will, however, still be in charge of the world and story, so expect a lot of new mixed in with classic Bayonetta.
Outside of this, the studio has also launched a new gameplay trailer to give us a look into what we can expect.
Here’s a quick breakdown of the game:
Bayonetta, the enchanting witch who’s dressed to kill with her hand-and-foot guns, dominates angel and demon alike with action that is, to put it simply, beautiful.
Mysterious life forms appearing to be neither angel nor demon attack amid the ravaged streets of the Shibuya area of Tokyo, where Bayonetta then makes a graceful appearance. Why is she in Tokyo? And how far-reaching is the invasion...
Critically acclaimed demolition racer is soon to be tire-squealing onto Nintendo Switch. Wreckfest features do not include Chris Pratt, or princesses, and does not come with turtles, but it does include lawnmowers, harvesters, school busses, and although we don’t have anyone to fix a toilet, that doesn’t mean you can’t drive one. Actually, even while you are on a toilet...Wreckfest offers multiple racing tracks, dozens of vehicles, crazy and normal ones, a truckload of customization options, and the best-looking vehicular destruction you can get.Wreckfest will be available on Nintendo Switch in Fall 2021 and will feature an up-to-16-player online multiplayer mode as well as constant 30 FPS. The SRP for both, the digital and the retail edition is $ 39.99 / € 39.99 / £ 34.99.
Expect epic crashes, neck-to-neck fights over the finish line and brand-new ways for metal to bend – These are the once-in-a-lifetime moments that can only be achieved in Wreckfest, with its true-to-life physics simulation crafted by legendary developer Bugbear, who also brought you FlatOut 1, 2 and Ultimate...
Just days before its originally scheduled launch (September 30th), Square Enix has announce that Life is Strange: Remastered Collection will finally arrive on February 1, 2022. It will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Google Stadia. The delay may be worth it, as the game is said to feature completely remastered visuals for both the characters and the environments, improved animations, refined and updated puzzles, and upgrades to the game engine and lighting. It will also include the Chloe Outfits & Farewell bonus episode.
Here’s the full gist as shown on the official PlayStation store:
Return to Arcadia Bay and experience two award-winning Life is Strange games like never before! Remastered visuals and animation breathe new life into the great cast of characters and gripping stories.
The Life is Strange Remastered Collection includes ‘Life is Strange Remastered’ and ‘Life is Strange: Before the Storm Remastered’.
Remastered visuals across characters and environmentsVastly improved character animation using full facial mocap performance (Life is Strange Remastered only)Updated and refined gameplay puzzlesEngine and lighting upgradesChoice and consequence...