The first season of Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific is coming to a close, leaving players wondering what’s next for the games. While Activision has been relatively quiet on what Season 2 will hold, leakers and data miners have filled in some key gaps. Based on this information, players may have a lot…
Hot off the heels of Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, the next Pokémon game is nearing release. Pokémon Legends: Arceus is set to come out on January 28 and will give players an entirely new Pokémon experience. There are a lot of longstanding series staples that this new entry is tweaking, scrapping, or overhauling entirely. As a result, the game may feel a bit unfamiliar to returning players. Here’s what you need to know about Pokémon Legends: Arceus before you play it.
If Cyberpunk 2077 left you with a neon colored itch that no other game has been able to scratch yet, 343 Industries may have the cure for you. Halo Infinite’s latest event is a cyberpunk, neon, and synthwave smash up where players can earn a number of cosmetics to make their Spartan stand out in any futuristic dystopia.
It’s been a while since Destiny 2 got its last major expansion, Beyond Light, but players won’t have to wait much longer for the next because The Witch Queen is set to release on February 2, 2022. Not only will this next chapter expand heavily on the game’s storyline, it’s also set to include a number of additions like new weapons and crafting systems. That in mind, here’s everything confirmed so far for Destiny 2: The Witch Queen.
The next villainous chunk of Far Cry 6 DLC, Control, has just dropped, and it features the egotistical antagonist from the fourth game, Pagan Min. Only this time, you actually play as Min himself. The DLC may be a bit challenging for players unfamiliar with the newly introduced systems, but it’s well worth playing. Here’s a quick guide on how to get started in Far Cry 6: Control.
Call of Duty: Vanguard’s latest plan for the current era of Zombies has arrived, and it’s an enormously exciting time for players. The World War 2 shooter is still young, but developer Sledgehammer Games is pulling out all the stops to ensure Vanguard has staying power with Call of Duty veterans. Here’s everything you need…
It’s the start of another thrilling year for gaming, with plenty of epic titles to dig into. 2021 was exceptional, as beloved franchises like Halo returned and innovative games like Deathloop changed the landscape forever. 2022 is already stacked full of titles too, but there are a special few that look extraordinary. If you’re unsure what to keep an eye out for this year, we’ve got you covered. Here are the biggest titles we’re looking forward to in 2022.
2022 has just begun and it’s already shaping up to be a great year for gamers. A slew of AAA titles is set to release this year, with the ever-hyped Elden Ring making its debut just next month. While there are certainly big games to look forward to, there’s no shortage of smaller gaming experiences…
When it comes to leaps in game design, 2021 was certainly quite the year. This was the first full year in which the power of next generation consoles broke down technical barriers across the board for games, allowing developers more flexibility in their design priorities. This allowed them to really nail down certain areas of games, such as overall sound design. From sound effects to soundtracks, developers took the year to really cultivate meaningful and engaging audio experiences for players.
There were so many picks to go through this year, but here are our favorites when it comes to musical brilliance. If you’re keen to load up your Spotify with an array of tunes, we’ve got you covered as we look back on this year’s best music games.