1. Mortal Kombat 11 Revealed, Coming April 2019

    The next Mortal Kombat is coming soon. Warner Bros. Interactive and NetherRealm Studios unveiled Mortal Kombat 11, the follow-up to 2015’s Mortal Kombat X, at The Game Awards today. The hyper-violent fighting game is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One on April 23, 2019.
  2. New Black Ops 4 Update; Here Are The Patch Notes

    The latest update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has arrived. The patch notes, which were posted by developer Treyarch on Reddit, confirm a series of PC-specific changes and the introduction of a new Team Deathmatch playlist, as well as some bug fixes and updates for the Blackout battle royale mode.
  3. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Won't Get More Games Until 2019

    There will be no further additions to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility catalog until the New Year, Microsoft has confirmed. Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb wrote on Twitter that Xbox is pausing releases until 2019 because the team is taking some time off for the holidays.
  4. Formerly Delayed Game Below Revealed A New Trailer

    Below, the tough roguelike from Capybara Games, is finally--yes, really this time--coming out. The indie title for Xbox One and PC will launch on December 14, the studio confirmed today.
  5. Destiny 2: Black Armory Is Not An Expansion

    Destiny 2’s new Black Armory add-on was never promised to be an expansion, at least in the way that Bungie has done them in the past. While we’re currently unsure what to call it — hence our own reference to it as an expansion or mini-expansion in the past — it’s certainly different from the traditional content drops of Destiny. Instead, Destiny 2: Black Armory feels like a promise that more is to come after just a small taste of new content.