1. Battlefield 5’s Squad Conquest Extended

    By popular demand, Battlefield 5’s Squad Conquest multiplayer game type will stick around for another two weeks, running until Wednesday, Feb. 13. The match was introduced on Jan. 17 with Battlefield 5’s second chapter in its Tides of War post-launch schedule, “Lightning Strikes,” but it was originally scheduled to end Jan. 30.
  2. Sea Of Thieves Cross-Play Update

    As Rare's high-seas adventuring game Sea of Thieves approaches the first anniversary of its release, the studio has addressed some player feedback. In the hopes of balancing and providing consistently enjoyable content for players in its open-world sandbox, the developer took to YouTube to announce that, in a future update, Xbox One and PC cross-play will be optional.
  3. Monster Hunter-Like Dauntless Will Go To Epic Game Store

    Phoenix Labs has announced that its Monster Hunter-like game, called Dauntless, will move from its own current launcher to the Epic Games Store. Also, when the game releases on consoles and mobile later this year, Dauntless will support both cross-platform multiplayer and progression on all systems.
  4. New Paris Overwatch Map Revealed; Live Right Now

    Paris is a new Assault map and it contains many narrow streets and corridors. Despite taking place in the city of love, the new map looks as if it's structured to funnel players into fierce firefights as they battle it out for capture points.
  5. The Division 2 Private Beta

    The private beta for The Division 2 is almost here, and we've outlined all the information you need to know in order to participate. Ubisoft has announced that new content will become available later in the demo, so you'll need to check in past the first day to see everything.