id Software and Avalanche Studios treated us with Rage 2 last week, a sequel to the chaotic and hectic post-apocalyptic shooter.
Day: May 16, 2019
Earlier today, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 disappeared from the Epic Games store. The game was never an exclusive there, and is still available from other PC stores including Steam and GOG. The sudden removal is because of the first Epic Games store sale, which went live today, and offers a $10 USD discount for any game priced above $14.99.
Developer 4A Games recently revealed a content-rich expansion pass for Metro Exodus, including two main campaigns.
EA DICE recently revealed Star Wars Battlefront II’s upcoming update, bringing significant changes to the Heroes vs Villains game mode.
Today, Ubisoft fully revealed the operator loadouts for the latest Rainbow Six Siege season, albeit accidentally. The Phantom Sight TTS appears to have gone live early, and though the new operators weren’t playable, players did manage to find loadout screens running down everything to expect from the Y4S2 operators.
But don't worry, the console wars are probably here to stay. ARS T...
Cats and dogs. Batman and the Joker. Xbox and PlayStation. Some rivalries seem too insurmountable to overcome, but that last one might be easing up a bit as Sony and Microsoft have announced a new partnership to improve “customer experiences in their direct-to-consumer entertainment platforms and AI solutions.”
Quantic Dream’s formerly PlayStation-exclusive trilogy of cinematic narrative games are coming to PC, and now we know when. Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human will see staggered releases throughout the year, and they’ll each offer a demo well ahead of launch. These launches are coming via the Epic Games store – so that will be the only place to pick them up.
During a light-hearted sparring on Twitter with KFC’s Gaming channel (yes, this is a real thing), and some commenters responding to its meme-d nudging of Respawn Entertainment, Apex Legends developer Rayme Vinson stated that the studio’s team has been “growing since launch”, and that they’ve “got tons of stuff coming”.