Square Enix has revamped Final Fantasy 14’s free trial period, making it available to anyone without any time restrictions.
A YouTuber known as TheFamilyVideogamers has posted what he claims to be box art from the next Call of Duty game. If accurate, this would correlate nicely with the statements made by Activision about going back to their roots.
Two different images of retail Destiny 2 poster give the game a Sept. 8 release date.
The two different posters, which appear with Italian text, show three Guardians beside a Destiny 2 logo. One image appeared on Italian gaming website Lega, while the other appeared on Imgur.
I’m a pretty big fan of Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky, although that’s something of an understatement.
To play a Ubisoft game these days is to participate in a grand experiment. You may not realize this, but it's true. Look at any of the company's games, and you'll see that the French multinational publisher of franchises like Assassin's Creed, Watch Dogs and Far Cry is obsessed with repurposing its ideas, like an artisan trying to forge a novel new musical instrument from the fragments of existing ones.
We all figured Horizon Zero Dawn would be a pretty enormous game, but now that the coverage embargo has lifted and critics have weighed in, we know for sure. Between this and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the next few weeks are going to be full of open world antics for players on multiple consoles.
I can’t wish the PlayStation Vita a happy fifth birthday because it’s been dead for a while now. The portable console has become a safe haven for indie games and Japanese visual novels, but third-party developers like Ubisoft and Electronic Arts along with Sony itself have reduced their Vita support to a smattering of annual cash-grabs. Yet every month when I pack for a flight, my Vita feels very much alive.
This year’s entry in the Call of Duty series sounds like it will take a different approach than last year’s entry, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and alter the trajectory of the franchise over the past few years. In an earnings release today, publisher Activision said its 2017 title “will take Call of Duty back to its roots.”
For Honor may be set in an alternate war-torn past, but gamers will finally get a chance to join the fray in the near future. So there’s no better time than now to dig into the gritty details and find out exactly what this game’s all about. Here’s everything you need to know about For Honor.
As I sit around and wait for new patches and content to come to games like Destiny, The Division, Overwatch, Titanfall and Final Fantasy, there’s one game I really want to see continue to update itself more than most: No Man’s Sky.