Firaxis’ turn-based alien shooter, XCOM 2 has just received a new patch for Xbox One, this time around the update brings about enhancements for those who own Xbox One X consoles. Considering how there was no indication beforehand that there would be any support for the Xbox One X for XCOM 2, this comes as a nice little midweek surprise.
You’ve lived through the madness of Survivor, but have you ever imagined it in VR? Flight School Studios has. This team of developers — equally magnetised by humour and survival games — is asking players to use their wit and ingenious crafting skills on “an island the size of a coffee table”. Island Time VR dares you to ignore pangs of hunger as you struggle to survive in a post-shiprecked life.
Kingston’s gaming branch HyperX announced today that it has shipped more than four million gaming headsets. This bracket includes its award-winning Cloud Stinger and dual-chamber Cloud Alpha headsets, which boast multi-platform compatibility, adjustable headbands, and the comfort of HyperX’s signature memory foam.
The latest DLC pack for EA’s first-person shooter, Battlefield 1 has just landed today. Starting today for Premium Pass members players can conquer 3 new maps – you’ll be be able to traverse the devastated countryside of Belgium in Passchendaele, fight in the mountain terrain of Caporetto or spawn into the barrage filled wheat fields in River Somme.
The Humble store is hosting a massive sale with host of Ubisoft titles with up to 75% off selected games. Interested gamers will be able to snag massive deals on titles like For Honor, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Steep and Watch Dogs 2.
SOMA, the survival horror title from Frictional Games has just received a new option allowing players to explore the mysterious underwater facility without the fear of death. Previously the update was on available for Xbox One and PC – now PS4 players will be able to hop into this unsettling sci-fi title.
We’ve all been there — you’ve just completed a game, and you’re basking in the satisfaction of having triumphed over a ridiculous boss or finally unlocking all the achievements. It feels awesome. But what comes next? If you haven’t got anything lined up, the feeling isn’t unlike when you finish a TV series, and suddenly, a peculiar wave of emptiness just hits you like a dragon fist. As your resident gaming psychologists, we recommend keeping a list of emergency games (stashed in a safe place) to avoid unnecessary crisis. There’s a colourful variety of games coming out for Xbox One, and don’t forget to check out our suggestions for PC and PlayStation 4.