Yet another giant Fallout 4 modding project has released a trailer for an ambitious expansion-sized campaign. Fallout: London is planning to take players to see how the war affected things in the UK. London may change, but war doesn’t.
The Tribeca Film Festival has nothing to do with E3, aside from the fact that it’s going on right now. Oh, and they invited eight upcoming narrative-focused games to be involved this year for their first game award category.
Humankind developer Amplitude Studios has revealed the ninth contemporary era culture for its upcoming 4X game. It’s the Turks, and they join the Brazilians as the contemporary era’s second agrarian society. This means the Turks will be primarily focused on
Biomutant‘s bizarre world, gorgeous vistas, and diverse combat options drew plenty of interest ahead of release – it certainly looked awesome in hands-off previews – but then it came out, and… well, I don’t need to reissue our entire Biomutant
The developer behind Biomutant has said an upcoming update will make significant improvements to the game.
Experiment 101 said this update, which it hopes to release soon, will include bug fixes and “changes based on community feedback”.
What changes, exactly?
As we approach the halfway point of 2021, there’s plenty of Switch games to look forward to in the coming months, with several first-party releases from Nintendo bolstered by a handful of third-party ports and brand new titles. Add in
CD Projekt Red for years has been a very notable video game development studio. After their incredible success with The Witcher trilogy, fans were itching to get on board with anything else they would be bringing out. We knew for