1. April's Five Free Games From Twitch Prime

    It's officially April, which means a new stack of free games is available for Twitch users with Amazon Prime. This is all part of the Free Games With Prime program, which formally began last month and will continue each month going forward.
  2. Pokemon Go Adds Two New Gen 3 Legendaries

    Lugia may be leaving Pokemon Go very soon, but two more Legendary Pokemon are set to take its place. Beginning today, April 2, players around the world will be able to encounter Latios and Latias, the twin Eon Pokemon from Ruby and Sapphire.
  3. Fortnite Now Available For Everyone on iOS

    All you need for the mobile version is a compatible iPhone or iPad. Invitations to the mobile version of Fortnite, which includes the Battle Royale game mode, began trickling out just a few weeks ago. Now the free-to-play title is available to anyone with a compatible iOS device.
  4. April's Xbox One Game Pass Games Now Available

    It's the start of a new month, which means a new batch of games has been added to Xbox Game Pass. Subscribers to Microsoft's game service now have access to seven more titles on Xbox One, with an additional game arriving on April 11.
  5. PUBG’s Newest Map is Inbound

    The newest map in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, which is now being called Codename: Savage, is going to be revealed in a few short days with the map’s first private alpha test, developer PUBG Corp. announced today.
  6. Fortnite Server Issues Resulting In Queues As In-Game Stats Disabled

    Following the launch of a pair of updates this week, Fortnite is suffering from some server problems today. These are causing players to wait in queues, and while Epic is working on the situation, there's another matter to be aware of on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile.
  7. New Pokemon Go Update Out Now; Here's What's New

    A big update is now available for Pokemon Go on iOS and Android. Niantic has rolled out the recently revealed quest system, which introduces new objectives to complete and more story elements to the mobile game.
  8. New PUBG Limited-Time Mode Now Available On PC

    The next limited-time game mode in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is now underway on PC. This weekend only, players will be able to take part in the flare gun event, which runs from now until 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET on April 1.
  9. New Monster Hunter World Event Quest

    A new round of Event Quests will soon be available in Monster Hunter World on PS4 and Xbox One. Among the missions players will be able to take on this time is the Egg Lovers United quest, and it gives everyone the chance to add another very unusual headpiece to their wardrobe.
  10. New PUBG Mobile Update Out Now, Here's What It Does

    Tencent and PUBG Corp. have rolled out a new update for the mobile version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Update 0.3.3 is now available on both iOS and Android, although it's a fairly minor one in terms of the changes it brings to the game.
  11. Spec Ops: The Line is Free on Humble Bundle

    Spec Ops: The Line is free for PC owners for the next two days, courtesy of Humble Bundle. Yager Development’s 2012 shooting game is best remembered for its attempt to bring a sense of melancholy to a well-worn genre.
  12. Overwatch Uprising Event Returns in April Anniversary

    As promised, Blizzard plans to bring back a revamped version of Overwatch's Uprising event. The first details of this year's iteration have now been announced, and players will be able to take part in all of it starting on April 10.
  13. Nintendo Switch Adds 19 New Eshop Games Plus DLC

    Nintendo Switch is getting a basket-load of new releases this week, from brawlers and puzzle games to new DLC for some of the system's biggest releases. The update will add 19 games in all, along with one demo.
  14. Fortnite Update 3.4 Coming Very Soon, Patch Notes Released

    Fortnite is evolving yet again. The game's v3.4 update, which is coming in the next few hours on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile adds a new weapon--the Guided Missile--and brings back an old mode to Battle Royale, while Save the World gets a new quest line and more.
  15. No Man's Sky Xbox One Release Coming, Big Update Announced

    No Man's Sky is coming to Xbox One alongside a big new update, developer Hello Games has announced. The game's Xbox One release is coming at some point in 2018, while the update is also coming for free to PS4 and PC this year.
  16. Pokémon Go’s Game Changing Update

    More story, more difficulty ... just more. Pokémon Go’s next version update is a huge one, and Niantic wants to make sure everyone knows it. The developer published a lengthy post that further explains how the new daily quest (a.k.a. Research) feature, will work when it goes live on March 30 — and the details suggest it’s actually game-changing, and for the better.