Ridiculous new Battle Royale game Totally Accurate Battlegrounds is doing incredibly well for itself, considering it started life as an April Fool's joke.
Devolver Digital appears to be teasing the return of, or at the very least something pertaining to, From Software's cult US-president-in-a-mech-suit oddity Metal Wolf Chaos.
Team Ninja has unveiled the latest entry in its long-running fighting series, Dead or Alive 6 - and it's coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2019.
Life is Strange and Vampyr developer Dontnod has revealed its latest game, Twin Mirror - an atmospheric small-town mystery thriller, coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC next year.
JJ Abrams' Bad Robot, the entertainment production company responsible for the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Lost, Cloverfield, Fringe, and Westworld, now has a fully-fledged games division.
Hi-Rez Studios has announced that its team-based hero shooter Paladins is coming to Switch on June 12th.
Ubisoft has revealed its post-launch plans for The Crew 2, ahead of the open-world racers launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 29th.
IO Interactive has formally unveiled Hitman 2, and it's heading to Xbox One, PS4, and PC on November 13th.
Developer Polyarc's wonderful virtual reality mouse adventure Moss, previously a PSVR exclusive, is now available on PC, supporting both Oculus Rift and Vive.
Delightful colour-splashing platform puzzler de Blob is making its way to Switch later this month, on June 26th, publisher THQ Nordic has announced.
In light of recent controversies surrounding the availability of certain games on Steam, Valve has altered its approach to content policing and will begin to "allow everything" on the store, as long as it isn't illegal, "or straight up trolling".
There's a new map and mode coming to Star Wars Battlefront 2 next week, June 12th, as part of its currently ongoing Han Solo-themed season.
Sony's Countdown to E3 event has begun, and will bring a new PlayStation game announcement or reveal each day ahead of its big E3 showcase next week.
Studio Wildcard has announced that its dino-survival extravaganza Ark: Survival Evolved will be heading to mobile devices next week, on June 14th.
DICE has revealed more about its upcoming shooter Battlefield V in a new blog post, outlining what it's calling The Tides of War, an "ever-changing journey" that will see the core experience "evolve over time".
Paradox Interactive has acquired Harebrained Schemes, the developer behind BattleTech and Shadowrun Returns, for $7.5 million USD, plus a portion of Harebrained's earnings over the next five years.
Depression-era storytelling adventure Where the Water Tastes Like Wine just received a new update, adding 15 free new tales to enliven its captivating cross-country exploration.
Rockstar has responded to fan concerns regarding the exclusive story mission content found within the various special editions of Red Dead Redemption 2.
Warframe's latest cinematic quest, The Sacrifice, will launch on PC this month, Digital Extremes has announced.
Rocket League is getting a Jurassic-Park-inspired new car pack on June 18th, developer Psyonix has announced.
THQ Nordic's Red Faction Guerilla remaster - bravely titled the Re-Mars-tered Edition - will release for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, on July 3rd.
Bungie has unleashed a brisk new Destiny 2 teaser trailer, offering a few clues regarding the game's upcoming Year 2 expansion - ahead of its full reveal tomorrow.
UPDATE 4/6/18: PUBG Corp has announced that it will be extending the current testing period for Battlegrounds' new tropical-themed Sanhok map on PC.
EA's Play to Give charity event is now on, and you can win a variety of special in-game rewards by completing challenges in participating games, including Battlefield 1, FIFA 18, and Star Wars Battlefront 2.
Nintendo's ever-expanding Splatoon 2 is embiggened once more, thanks to another influx of goodies - this time in the form of a delightful new amusement-park-themed map and four new weapons variants.
We can all agree there are reasonable criticisms to be levied at Sea of Thieves; its launch state was slender, even for a "service" game (and its long-promised, much-needed programme of regular weekly events is well overdue), its regular patches are desperately in want of better quality control, and its misuse of the term 'sloop' is deeply suspicious. Yet I still love it, all the same.
Rockstar has announced a trio of classic Xbox 360 games getting backward compatibility next week; as of June 7th, GTA San Andreas, Midnight Club LA, and Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis will be playable on Xbox One.
Monster Hunter World is now home to a new Elder Dragon, in the form of Lunastra, the Empress of Flame.
Frontier Developments has announced that space sim Elite Dangerous' next big update, known as Beyond - Chapter Two, will arrive on June 28th.
Nintendo has unveiled a shiny new 2DS XL model, inspired by Link's iconic Hylian Shield, and it's quite the looker.