1. League of Legends point prices are going up abroad, and Brexit is to blame

    Buying Riot Points for League of Legends is about to get costly for players in the U.K. A 20 percent increase in prices for the in-game currency will be effective starting later this month, and Riot Games is pointing to “Brexit” as the cause of the change.
  2. Gears Of War 4 July Update Adds More Maps Today

    The major addition in this patch are two new maps. Those who played the original Gears of War will recognize Raven Down, which centers around a crashed helicopter and close-range combat. The other is a modified version of Reclaimed called Reclaimed Windflare. Whether playing on this map in Versus or Horde mode, you'll occasionally encounter Windflares--the extreme storms that were previously only seen in Gears 4's campaign. These impact visibility and cause lightning strikes that can prove...
  3. Big PSN Sale Discounts PS4, PS3, And Vita Games In Europe.

    The first sale, titled Big in Japan, focuses on the best games coming out of Japan, such as Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, which is available for £30 / €38. You can also grab Final Fantasy XV for £24 / €30, Dark Souls III for £20 / €25, and the excellent Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for £8 / €13. Check out the full list here.
  4. Star Wars Battlefront 2 character list leak could reveal a major plot point.

    Scuttlebutt is that Star Wars Battlefront 2 is currently in closed alpha. That lends credence to an anonymous leak that showed up on Reddit late last week that claims to show a list of hero characters datamined right out of the game code.
  5. WWE 2K18 Devs Detail Revamped Story, Upgraded Visuals, And More

    With the WWE franchise going through some changes in the last year, WWE 2K18 plans to give the game series some major upgrades and rebalances in an effort to--as the McMahons like to say--do what's best for business. Publisher 2K Games held a special development summit where they revealed more information for the upcoming title in the WWE 2K series. Speaking with executive producer Mark Little, we learned what's in store for the WWE franchise's next foray into the gaming world.