Having passed the halfway point of the year, July 2020 kicks of the second half as we inch closer to the next generation of consoles by the day.
Horror game fans, there is some bad news. Modus Games’ Remothered: Broken Porcelain has been delayed. Broken Porcelain has been pushed back from August 25th to October 20th.
A fan-made app for Animal Crossing: New Horizons has recently been added to the App Store, allowing fans of the Nintendo Switch exclusive to connect with each other.
Originally meant as free DLC, Superhot: Mind Control Delete will be free to anyone who has purchased Superhot before the release date.
According to Sensor Tower analytics, Niantic’s Pokemon GO is having one of its most successful years since launching in 2016.
ZA/UM developed Disco Elysium will be receiving a TV series adaptation produced by dj2 Entertainment, the producers behind Sonic the Hedgehog.
Grab your boogie board and your assault rifles, because Far Cry is hitting the Caribbean! Far Cry 6 was leaked on Hong Kong’s PlayStation store revealing quite a bit.
Tencent is officially adding an exclusive Nordic-themed map to PUBG mobile known as Livik, which features unique weapons and vehicles.
Just a few short months before the next console generation Sony has announced that the company has invested $250 million in Fortnite developer Epic Games for a minority share.
The Sims Spark’d is a new reality show contest that will pit 12 Sims creators against each other in a four part series to create the most compelling stories within The Sims 4 world. The winner will walk away with $100,000!
The beloved Life Is Strange series also has a supplementary graphic novel. The Life Is Strange graphic novel is getting a three-volume box set that will be released in September.
Infinity Ward has removed the Okay gesture from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The gesture has been increasingly associated with white supremacy in recent years, however neither Infinity Ward nor Activision have commented on the change.
Rockstar is offering triple XP and price cuts in Red Dead Online this week, giving Red Dead Redemption 2 fans incentive to experience A Land of Opportunities.
If you recently got into the Shantae series and have been looking for a way to play the original Shantae, you are in luck. The very first game will be re-released on Game Boy Color and will get a port to the Nintendo Switch.
According to Moon Studios, over two million gamers have played Ori and the Will of the Wisps, with over 425,000 completing it.
Ubisoft will be offering a free trial of Uplay+ for gamers to try out until July 27th, providing access to over 100 Ubisoft games for free.