Toxicity in popular multiplayer shooter Overwatch will likely never go away; but the developers over at Blizzard are about to make the fight against it a lot more obvious in the new Winter Wonderland patch.
Load up your shotgun and sling on your best scavenging gear, because Overkill's new The Walking Dead game just got a brand new cinematic trailer, featuring one of the four playable characters in the game.
We're taking a look at Atomic Society, a pre-alpha post-apocalyptic town builder from Far Road Games that takes classic town-planning and strategy and puts in a grim, dying wasteland world.
A recent change.org petition requesting Lucasfilm to revoke EA's Star Wars license in the light of the Battlefront II controversy has picked up steam, gathering more than 135,000 signatories in just 3 weeks at the time of writing—and growing.
There was a time when microtransactions were almost purely relegated to free-to-play games, whether on mobile or on PC. But now it seems many have accepted that microtransactions in games both large and small, paid and free, are here to stay—and despite recent protests, I'm inclined to agree. And it's time to get used to it.
In a video released today on the official Overwatch site, OWL commissioner Nate Nanzer announced that new skins created specifically for Overwatch League teams, would be able to be obtained by normal players as well—but only through a new, special currency.
What a week! Lootboxes and litigation, console concerns and community caterwauling; these are the top stories you need to know this week in gaming.
More microtransaction controversy abounds, as Paladins, the popular Overwatch-alternative, has now found itself in the crosshairs of players in the wake of a new patch announcement that could spell trouble for the title's free-to-play pedigree.