Call of Duty: Warzone is a first-person battle royale shooter from Activision. It seems like the team wants the game to stick around for a while because Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 upgrades are planned.
The highlights of the announcement have to be PUBG, Zombie Army 4: Dead War, Octopath Traveler, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. I would recommend checking out PUBG and Octopath Traveler right now because they're available. You can't go wrong with either one.
Fallout 76: Wastelanders was revealed back at E3 2019 but has since been delayed a number of time. Bethesda teased that some random characters and a reputation system would be added, but it was unclear what the scope of the changes would be.
While you may not want to pay $10 a month to try out Stadia, an unproven service even now, you can try it for free for the next few months. Today, Phil Harrison, the Vice President and General Manager of Stadia, announced that in a press release.
There has been a lot of debate about which console is "better." While the Xbox Series X has a raw power advantage that should result in better in-game effects and possibly resolutions, the PS5 has a faster solid-state drive which should help games load a little faster.
If you're a fan of the shooter, or like collecting items, you'll be happy to know that the Rage 2: Collector's Edition, that comes with a talking mutant head, is around $42 on Xbox One. The PlayStation 4 and PC versions are a little more expensive.
Xbox's YouTube channel posted a trailer for No Man's Sky that featured mechs. Yes, you read that right! However, it was promptly removed. Well, many others reported it on YouTube and now it's everywhere.
Mafia II is one of the most popular games on Xbox 360, and it looks like it's getting an upgraded version for Xbox One soon. Today, an outlet noticed that Mafia II: Definitive Edition — and Mafia III: Definitive Edition — were rated for Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 by the Taiwanese Game Rating Committee.
Today, Activision revealed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's next season, Season 3, begins on April 8. Aside from that, no details were provided. The promotional image is quite striking to say the least.
Today, the team revealed a new trailer for the "Fleet Carriers" expansion. A beta test starts on PC on April 7, but you can test it out on consoles in May. The Fleet Carriers expansion is set to launch in June, but due to the coronavirus, it may be delayed.
Chris Grannell is a veteran game designer who's helped develop numerous Formula 1 games and PlayStation's Killzone 2. Grannell essentially says that the power advantage the Xbox Series X has over the PS5 is "quite staggering."
The game was supposed to launch in May, but it's been pushed back to August 28 to polish up the experience. Working from home has its own challenges and getting used to it takes a while, especially when you're collaborating with others on a game.