Ever since the addition of the Miramar map to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, and almost every update features changes and improvements to the map. Well, Xbox One’s patch 15 was no different.
Evolve, developed by Turtle Rock Studios and published by 2K Games, originally released back in February 2015. However, it didn’t manage to maintain its fanbase for a considerable amount of time, which resulted in the game going free-to-play in July 2016. 2K Games officially announced they aren’t supporting the game anymore around six months later.
Undead Labs’ State of Decay 2 just got a massive 20GB update.
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June’s Xbox Game Pass is looking rather strong with the recent reveal.
Earlier in 2017, Platinum Games announced they are changing their strategy to a more in-house development and publishing approach. A couple of months later, the studio revealed they are working on two self-published titles, comparable with the indie-AAA theme Ninja Theory took with Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice.
Bugbear Entertainment, mostly known for their work on the FlatOut series and Ridge Racer Unbounded, are working on a new upcoming demolition derby-themed racing title, Wreckfest.
E3 leaks and rumors keep coming, Bethesda announces a new Fallout, more Assassin’s Creed is coming, and Pokemon comes to switch. All this and more in a week FULL of gaming news.