Patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077 is now live across PC, consoles, and Stadia bringing several stability improvements. Read on for more.
It's no secret Robin loved Persona 5 Royal. So when Persona 5 Strikers was announced and coming to the West this year, she jumped at the chance to check out this new take on the Phantom Thieves and their adventures. Here's our preview of Persona 5 Strikers
The discourse surrounding Cyberpunk 2077 continues to evolve as review aggregator OpenCritic has now issued a warning on their page regarding the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game.
Stadia has had a rough go of it, even the most ardent Stadia supporter would have to admit that. The platform is still missing core features that it was sold on, only recently adding the ability to livestream to YouTube this past week. Games are still, by and large, not native 4K or 60fps. However, with the launch of Cyberpunk and its, frankly, great presentation and performance, I'm reminded why the idea of Stadia was such an intriguing one.
The Spear of Salvation content update for Bless Unleashed is available on PS4 and Xbox One, bringing several new additions.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is almost here and Ubisoft has outlined game sizes and release times across console and PC, including the next gen machines.
Black Desert: Prestige Edition has been announced by the studio, launching the MMOs physical edition for console players. This edition will pack in over $140 worth of in-game items for console players to use on their adventures in Black Desert.
Outriders, the RPG shooter from People Can Fly, has some post-campaign content planned and it's called Expeditions.
Genshin Impact has been profitable for miHoYo. Very profitable, actually, as it released its Gacha-based RPG in September. As the dust settles, we now know that mobile alone has brough the Shaghai-based developer $245m in just that first month.
Neverwinter's team made a quick announced earlier specifically for the PS4 version and the Masquerade of Liars.
After Gameforge announced it would continue the support of TERA this year after En Masse Entertainment shut down, console fans might have reason to rejoice finally. Crossplay is coming to Xbox One and PS4, as well as support for the next gen consoles due out later this year.
There was some pretty major news coming out of Square Enix today regarding Final Fantasy XIV, their European Fan Festival, and PS5 backwards compatibility.
New characters, locations, and next gen console news for Genshin Impact were shared with IGN Japan recently.