A terrible, but hilarious Fortnite Battle Royale kill involving a professional player has fans wondering if they have just discovered the worst ever play.
Nintendo teases a forthcoming announcement set for later today involving a ‘new interactive experience for Nintendo Switch’, and here’s where to watch it.
Monster Hunter World producer Ryozo Tsujimoto reveals that the upcoming game will have a day one patch that adds poogies as well as other important features.
Atomic Productions releases a sequel to its fan film based on the Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell franchise that serves as a prologue to the video game series.
The official Overwatch Twitter account announces the release date for Blizzard World, the new Assault/Escort map that is coming to Overwatch by the end of the month.
Rockstar Games parent company Take-Two renews the Manhunt trademark, prompting speculation that the iconic survival horror franchise is set to make a return.
With the start of 2018, Ubisoft provides release dates and additional details regarding all of the upcoming season pass content for Assassin’s Creed Origins.
The latest patch for World of Warcraft introduces level-scaling throughout the entire game. The update also includes a new Battleground and lots of other changes.
Bluepoint Games reveals that the Shadow of the Colossus remake for PS4 will include a Photo Mode, allowing players to choose filters, color balancing, and more.
Microsoft is working on a new version of the Xbox One Elite Controller that will feature Bluetooth support, LED lights, and more, according to leaked images.
Destiny 2’s latest Faction Rally event seemingly launched without filling out the loot pool of weapons, but it’s unclear if the problem is a bug or intentional.
Brandan Lukus Apple is charged with ‘mischief in relation to computer data’ after spamming Twitch, a criminal action punishable by up to ten years in prison.
Tencent reveals that it has helped police in China arrest over 100 PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds cheat makers in the region, with some resulting in jail time.
The Destiny 2 weekly reset is back, bringing new milestones, missions, and loot to earn. Here’s everything Guardians need to know for the week of January 16, 2018.
The publisher and developer Capcom officially releases eight full minutes of gameplay footage for the forthcoming title Monster Hunter World’s Rotten Vale region.
Epic Games and People Can Fly officially release fresh details regarding a rather large map update coming to the sandbox survival title Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode.
Campers will be pleased to learn that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will receive an update that will revitalize their campgrounds with new features and helpful changes.
Amy Hennig, one of the key developers of Visceral’s Star Wars game, discusses the game’s cancellation and major problems the industry has been facing ‘for years.’
HQ Trivia players discover a quick and easy way to get free extra live without referring a friend to the mobile game. Here’s how you can claim some lives for yourself…
Netflix Customer Support offers an update on the possibility of an app on the Nintendo Switch and the answer is a little depressing for owners of the Nintendo console.
Rumors out of Warner Bros. and TT Games suggest that a LEGO game based on DC Comic villains may be in the works, potentially releasing some time in 2018.
According to one of Kotaku’s unnamed sources, Bandai Namco, From Software, and Nintendo could be planning to bring even more Dark Souls games to the Switch.
The Dragon Ball FighterZ beta is live and players have discovered how to collect all seven dragon balls, summon Shenron the dragon, and get a wish from him.
Epic Games has decided to take some decisive action against griefers in Fortnite Battle Royale by removing friendly fire from the game’s team-based modes.
Due to multiple reports of server issues and long matchmaking times, Bandai Namco reveals that it might extend the open beta for the fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ.
NBA Jam announcer Tim Kitzrow teases the potential for the sports game to eventually make a comeback in some capacity for the property’s 25th anniversary.
28 year old Matthew Nicholson of Ceres, California is arrested after becoming upset at a video game, breaking his headset, and shooting his mother in the head.
A post by Australian retailer Sanity claims that South Park: The Fractured But Whole is making its way to the Nintendo Switch within the next few months.
Capcom changes the logos for multiple Resident Evil social media accounts, potentially indicating that an announcement regarding the series is to come soon.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on Xbox One receives a new update that fixes a number of the game’s lingering bugs and makes one very important change to the gameplay.
A television advertisement airing in Japan confirms the existence of the Elder Dragon Kirin in Capcom’s forthcoming role-playing game Monster Hunter World.
Xbox designer Seamus Blackley shares the price and release window for the peripheral manufacturer Hyperkin’s remake of the original ‘Duke’ controller.
Following recent news and speculation, Pokemon GO developer Niantic has added the legendary Water-type Pokemon Kyogre to the game for a limited time only.
Another retail listing surfaces that suggests the new God of War on PS4 will release in March, but is it based on known info or the prior PSN leak from last year.
A 25-year-old man arrested for a fatal swatting prank in relation to an online Call of Duty match receives charges that include involuntary manslaughter.
These are the five most exciting Xbox One exclusives coming to the console in 2018, offering fast-paced action, survival horror, multiplayer mayhem and more.
Horror gaming fans have a lot to look forward to next year, with these 10 video games standing out as the most exciting horror games releasing in 2018.
Monolith Soft brings the massive open world of Xenoblade Chronicles to the Nintendo Switch, but can it compete with the console’s titanic first-party releases this year?
Star Wars Battlefront 2 has some bright spots, but the game fails to deliver a compelling story campaign and its multiplayer is burdened by the loot box controversy.
Is Nintendo’s improved take on Pokemon Sun and Moon worth playing through once more, or is it too similar to justify another jaunt through the islands of Alola?
Call of Duty: WW2 successfully brings the franchise back to its roots, delivering a solid single player campaign, addicting multiplayer, and a fun Nazi Zombies mode.
Super Mario Odyssey is a spectacular return to form that’ll delight casual players and platforming fans, delivering one of the biggest and best games ever from Nintendo.