1. Quitting Too Many Matches In Gears 5 Can Get You A 2-Year Ban

    Any players who leave too many Gears 5 multiplayer matches will be hit with a new punishment: a ban leading up to two years.
  2. Fortnite Players Think The Game Might Come Back On Tuesday

    Fortnite’s big black hole event is still underway, and as the hours go by, fans are working themselves into a frenzy. What do the numbers mean? Are we getting a new map? But more importantly: When is Fortnite coming back?
  3. Pokemon Go Halloween 2019 Event: Start Date And Shadow Pokemon

    Pokemon Go's annual Halloween event is returning this week, and Niantic has a lot in store for players this year. The festivities kick off this Thursday, October 17 and include the appearance of costumed Pokemon, the debut of a new Legendary, and some new trainer outfits--plus a chance to catch a new Shiny Pokemon.
  4. WWE 2K20 Has A Lot Of Great Additions And One Glaring Problem

    As we get closer to the end of 2019, 2K Games continues its annual tradition of releasing a WWE wrestling game. What's different about WWE 2K20 is that longtime developer Yukes has parted ways with the series, and Visual Concepts takes on the project in-house. During a 2K Games event in Las Vegas, we got hands-on with WWE 2K20 on an Xbox One X, including the first DLC pack "Bump in the Night."
  5. Fortnite Is Down After End-Of-Season 10 Black Hole Event

    The end of Fortnite season 10 has arrived and it seems that also means the end of Fortnite, at least for now. The game appears to be completely offline, with no official word on when it might be back.