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Cravin' some Skaven? Vermintide 2's Chaos Wastes expansion is gnawing its way onto consoles this June.
Watch Dogs: Legion's new update gives Season Pass purchasers brand new agent to liberate London with.
Well, it's a game full of Asha on the 28th.
In less than a year, Epic Games spent $11 million pounds on giving out free Epic Games Store games.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War's third season kicks off today, with Terminal Error, the first part of the three-part Return to Hell campaign.
Dark NIghts with Poe and Munro is now available on Xbox and Playstation, giving console owners the chance to enjoy this odd couple's company.
You absolutely have to check out the video of this gorgeous, gloomy 1989 Batman fan-game demo.
There are three new Playstation 4 games punching and slashing their way onto Playstation Now this May. Even better, they're all available right now.
Microsoft has enabled FPS Boost for over 70 new games, including Alien Isolation and Assassin's Creed Unity.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has taken a tumble and won't be arriving on the Xbox and Switch just yet.
Ready for the kind of painting-induced terror that'd make Bob Ross lose his cool? Check out Layers of Fear VR's new trailer.
Toys For Bob, developers of Crash Bandicoot 5 and Spyro the Dragon Reignited are now working on Call of Duty Warzone. No, it doesn't sound good.
Fancy smacking someone around with an electric guitar? Thanks to Guilty Gear Strive's second open beta, May could be your month.
Entering Early Access this Summer, Stuffed is a wave-based first person shooter that asks "What if the Toy Story toys were evil?"
Maskmaker is a compelling VR outing that sees you crafting masks to save a magical realm from an untrustworthy ruler.
Evil Genius 2's first chunk of downloadable content, The Cabal Pack, has been released, including new a new henchman.
Essays on Empathy is a collection of short narrative experiences, developed by Deconstructeam and published by Devolver Digital.
Amnesia: Rebirth brings the monster-free adventure mode to consoles.
Rhythm-based shoot-em-up BPM Bullets Per Minute, is going to rock its way onto the Playstation and Xbox later this year.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be getting a brand spanking new next-gen console version this Summer, free to those who own the original.