Bioware's sci-fi shooter Anthem has been pushed back to early 2019, seemingly confirming rumours that its initial fall 2018 release date was "never realistic".
Launch politicians into space with the new Galactic Civilizations III expansion Intrigue
Did you watch the mudslinging nightmare of a recent political election and wish you could just launch all of it and the people involved into space?
RUST is finally leaving Early Access
Four years later, and the (in)famous Rust is finally bursting out of Early Access and into a full release on February 8th 2018—though the developer promises continued updates for the foreseeable future.
We Happy Few delayed until summer 2018, refunds offered
We Happy Few, the surprise indie hit from Compulsion Games, has been delayed until later this year, the developers citing a greater "polish" being needed following a full review of the game.
Monster Hunter World beta racks up 10 million hours played
The Monster Hunter final beta has proven extremely popular, with players racking up a total of 10 million hours played over the last two versions—but it looks like the fun is only just beginning, with a fresh update coming this weekend.
Nintendo Labo cardboard designs will be 100% free—and not mandatory for gameplay
Nintendo Labo cardboard design patterns will be freely available online for download, allowing players to build or replace parts as necessary
New Alien game bursts onto the scene from FoxNext Studios
Bay Area game developer Cold Iron Studios has been acquired by FoxNext Games, and the first thing on their agenda is the creation of a brand new PC and console shooter set in the Alien universe.
Latest Chinese government crackdown focuses on… PUBG?
A recent report from Bloomberg News has revealed that Tencent, one of the distributors of the incredibly popular Battle Royale game Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, have managed to enlist the assistance of Chinese police in their war against cheaters.
Your first look at the Netherlands in Civilization VI: Rise and Fall
Rev up your windmills and lock up your tulips, because the first official trailer of the Dutch civilization has landed, boasting a new leader, a unique unit, and... canals?
Bungie admits that Destiny 2 locked content was a mistake
It seems like every developer is eating humble pie this month, as Bungie follows in the footsteps of EA and rolls back some game changes after an enormous public outcry against Destiny 2’s latest expansion, Curse of Osiris.