During Microsoft’s E3 2021 media conference we got another look at Halo: Infinite. It’s been about a year since we last saw the game and when it first emerged the fan base was not pleased with the state the
Tetris Effect’s multiplayer gets an expansion this summer.
It adds spectator mode and cross-platform multiplayer as Tetris Effect: Connected launches on PlayStation 4 late July.
Cross-platform multiplayer applies to ranked match, friend match and multiplayer leaderboards. There is no cross-platform
Here at Ars, we’re big fans of situations where emulation creates a classic gaming experience that’s actually better than what you could get
The last few days have proven to be quite spectacular for Elden Ring. For two years, fans had been clamoring for hints, a screenshot, or literally anything on FromSoftware’s next big action RPG. Following its gameplay reveal at E3,
Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer mode is launching alongside its single-player campaign sometime later this year, “Holiday 2021” specifically. We finally got a look at the multiplayer gameplay during the E3 showcase today, and it’s looking pretty flashy. We also got
343 has revealed more information about Halo Infinite’s multiplayer in a new video.
The video, below, includes new Halo Infinite multiplayer gameplay as well as a raft of talking heads from 343.
There’s a lot to run through, but the
Halo Infinite saw a heavy delay out of the Xbox Series X/S’ launch last year, but Microsoft has come back at this E3 with a new trailer, release window, and multiplayer reveal. The video reveals the classic Halo multiplayer, which
Microsoft had a lot to show at its Xbox Bethesda Games Showcase on June 13. It was a particularly meaningful day for Halo fans, as the wait for Infinite has been a long one to say the least. During the
Team up in 3-player co-op and take on an evolving alien threat. Available September 16, 2021 with cross-play on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC, Stadia and Luna.