The latest gameplay trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reveals that there will be 10 specialists, 6 multiplayer maps and 6 multiplayer modes in the game. The video also offers glimpses of new weapons, equipment and scorestreaks. The game drops 10/12/18.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 2 years since the successful relaunch of the pioneering FPS series Doom. Now we have a sequel to that reboot. Doom Eternal either takes place in Hell, or an Earth that’s been turned to hell. Either way, there will be lots of monsters to frag/.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will have a battle royale mode called Blackout, with characters, weapons and maps from past Black Ops games. The multiplayer’s create-a-class returns, as does the Zombies mode, which will have three adventures at launch. Drops 10/12/18.
“The team needs you. Be their shield.” Overwatch‘s latest origin short film is about the Crusader, Reinhardt. Set during their last stand against the Omnics, the film sees Reinhardt mature a few minutes too late, and explains how Eichenwalde is what it is today.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) Picking up immediately where the reboot left off, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus sees BJ Blazkowicz wake up to a nightmare: Nazi-occupied America. Wield futuristic weapons and new abilities in the name of freedom. Drops 10/27/17.
We’ve waited far too long for the latest sequel to our favorite open-world sandbox shooter, but it looks like it’ll be worth the wait, as we’ll not only get to toss cars, but don mech suits, and destroy everything in sight. Coming to Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Windows PC on 11/7/17.
“So I shot him, and then I shot this other one. Shot a couple of extra guys just to be safe. I did a lot of shooting to be totally honest.” Nathan Filion’s character Cayde-6 tells a story as the Last City crumbles in this antithetical tease for the sequel to the hit MMOFPS.
When we played the new version of DOOM, the barrage of creepy monsters, environments, shrieks, and splatter sounds stressed us out. But it’s amazing how much more playful the game seems when you replace the sound effects with goofy cartoon ones like Petronius did.
Vexal shows off a ridiculous mod he performed on his Porsche which he claims allows him not only to play the classic FPS DOOM on its screen, but to control the game using the car’s steering wheel, horn, gear shifter, and accelerator. Sure, it’s fake, but it’s still hilarious.
(SPOILERS, Gore) These days, a lot of games claim to offer replayability and the freedom to choose how you’ll solve their challenges. But as YouTuber Cosmic Contarian shows in this silly video, Dishonored 2 more than lives up to that promise. Jindosh! I’ve come to bargain.