1. New Metal Gear Survive Co-Op Mission Type Coming Next Month

    Metal Gear Survive launched earlier this week, and Konami has just revealed some of its upcoming plans for the game. Specifically, a new cooperative mission type, Rescue Mission, is coming to the game next month.
  2. The Assassin's Creed Origins DLC Has Been Delayed

    The Curse of the Pharaohs, the second and final expansion for Assassin's Creed: Origins, is not going to launch on time. Ubisoft announced today that the expansion has been delayed by a week, shifting from March 6 to March 13.
  3. New Call Of Duty: WWII Update Out Tomorrow, Here's What's New

    This weekend marks the end of Call of Duty: WWII's Resistance event, and as such it's the last weekend to get double character, Division, and weapon XP. This weekend also marks the launch of the game's next update, which rebalances several weapons and changes the speed of aiming down sights for many guns.
  4. Nintendo Switch eShop Adds 18 New Games This Week

    February has been a busy month for Nintendo Switch, and that only continues this week with the arrival of another new batch of games. This week sees 18 more titles make their way to the Eshop, in addition to a free update for Super Mario Odyssey.
  5. Final Fantasy XV PC Demo Coming Soon, Here's When

    Square Enix's big role-playing game Final Fantasy XV is coming to PC on March 6, but you won't have to wait that long to check out the newest edition of the title. A free demo for Final Fantasy XV will launch on PC through Steam, Origin, and the Microsoft Store on February 26. The demo spans the full first chapter, including the tutorial and multiple quests.
  6. Play Call Of Duty: WWII's Multiplayer Free On PC

    Activision is hosting a free trial weekend for the game's multiplayer on PC this weekend. The free play weekend started today and runs through February 25, ending at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET.
  7. Fortnite Season 3 Update Out Now; Here Are The Patch Notes

    A major new update for Fortnite has been released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It kicks off Season 3 for Battle Royale and makes a variety of improvements and additions to both that mode and the PvE Save the World component.
  8. SoulCalibur VI's Character Roster Adds Ivy and Zasalamel

    Bandai Namco has revealed Ivy and Zasalamel will be playable characters in SoulCalibur VI and released short gameplay trailers for them both. The two characters have been in previous entries, so their returns to the new PS4, Xbox One, and PC game will certainly be welcome news to long-time fans of the weapon-based fighting series.
  9. Final Fantasy XV on PC lets you play as Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman

    Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition will launch on March 6, and Square Enix announced that there are several bonuses available to buyers, depending on which storefront they purchase the game from. These bonuses are generally of the standard “extra costumes and power-up” — but for Steam users, one of those extra costumes happens to be based on Half-Life star Gordon Freeman.
  10. New Super Mario Odyssey Mode Added In Free Update

    Nintendo has released a free update for Super Mario Odyssey, bringing a new mini-game called "Balloon World" to the critically acclaimed Nintendo Switch title. Along with the new mode, there's also two new filters to use when taking screenshots in the Snapshot Mode.
  11. Two Batmobiles Will Soon Be Playable in Rocket League

    Since its release, Rocket League has gotten several tie-in DLC packs that add various well-known vehicles, like the DeLorean from Back to the Future. Soon, another pair of iconic cars will be usable in the game: two Batmobiles.
  12. Overwatch League Skins Will Soon Be Obtainable In A New Way

    To coincide with the launch of the Overwatch League in January, Blizzard released a big update for Overwatch that introduced a ton of new League-themed skins. But unlike any other skin in the game, these could only be obtained by purchasing them, an arrangement meant to generate revenue that could be shared with teams. Soon, however, you'll have a new route to get your hands on skins.
  13. Nintendo eShop Pre-Orders Can’t Be Canceled, and Europe is Fed Up

    Nintendo is the only console maker whose digital storefront doesn’t allow customers to cancel pre-orders. With pre-release downloads of software becoming increasingly common, however, at least one major consumer rights body has had enough with Nintendo’s eShop policies especially because, according to the European Union Consumer Rights Directive, the company is skirting the law.
  14. PUBG’s Loot Crate System Just Got Better

    The Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds’ development and community team have updated the game’s patch notes to include two new crates that are coming to the game, as well as some welcome changes to PUBG’s economy.
  15. Starbreeze Confirms Switch is Getting an Older Version of Payday 2

    The Payday 2 community on Reddit is in an uproar over confusion about which version of the game is coming to the Nintendo Switch later this month. The game’s publisher has just confirmed to Polygon that at least some of their fears are founded.
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    Introducing My PlayStation, A New Social Destination on the Web

    Today we’re happy to announce the launch of My PlayStation, a new social destination on the web. Conveniently access and engage with key PlayStation Network features on PC, Mac, mobile phones, and tablets. It’s a great way to stay tapped in with your friends and the PlayStation community when you’re away from your PlayStation 4.