The upcoming release of Doom Eternal will include a pretty sweet bonus for those that pre-order.
Bethesda today announced that any past, present or future pre-orders of Doom Eternal will include a digital copy of the classic title Doom 64.
For PlayStation, Xbox, and PC owners, both titles will release on March 20, 2020. For Switch owners, Doom 64 will be available to purchase on this date, or they can pre-order Doom Eternal and get the pre-order bonus when the game releases at a later date.
Doom 64 originally released in 1997 on Nintendo 64 and quickly became a cult-classic. The title includes more than thirty levels, all of which are coming to modern consoles for the first time.
For those that pre-order the Deluxe Edition of Doom Eternal, the Rip and Tear pack will also include a remixed version of the "Cultist Base" campaign level that offers new challenges and surprises.
A Diablo artbook advert in the German magazine Gamestar may have just confirmed the upcoming Diablo IV.
Roughly translated the ad reads, The Art of Diablo will feature "over 500 artworks from Diablo, Diablo II, Diablo III, and Diablo IV.
There's always the possibility this could be a typo, but the timing is a little too convenient. Adding weight to this are previous statements from a Blizzard community manager noting there were "many plans for Diablo across multiple projects which we'll be revealing over the course of the coming year."
Writing for Gameplanet, my inbox is continuously inundated with trailers and gaming news every day. It's not often I click on a trailer that gives me a 'wow' moment, but that's precisely what happened when I watched the reveal trailer for Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood.
While the name may not scream originality, Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood just whet my appetite in all the right ways with the trailer below. Just wait for that transition to the music...
While many scoffed at claims that Modern Warfare wouldn't include loot boxes, Activision has today confirmed this would be the case while also announcing a new Battle Pass system.
"We’ve set our sights on not only creating the best game possible this year, but also on breaking down walls and bringing the community together," reads a statement on the Activision Blog.
While not available at launch, the Battle Pass will release later this year and offer both free and premium streams. Tiers will be unlocked through COD Points which can be earned simply by playing the game.
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of League of Legends, developer Riot Games announced a bevvy of new games, as well as an animated series.
While the studio made its name in the MOBA genre, it will now be delving into the worlds of fighting games, tactical first person shooters, and strategy card games.
Project A is a character-based tactical shooter in the same vein as Overwatch, with characters having specific loadouts and abilities.
Google's new gaming console now has a release date for those that pre-ordered the Founder's Edition – November 19.
The Founder's Edition includes a three-month subscription to Stadia Pro, a limited edition night blue controller, a Chromecast Ultra, and a three-month Buddy Pass to Stadia Pro for a friend.
Stadia Pro is promised to deliver 4K/60fps with 5.1 surround sound, while the Stadia Base service only offers 1080/60fps.
CD Projekt Red, the incredible studio behind The Witcher 3(which we just reviewed on the Nintendo Switch) and the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 have not been shy about speaking out against the industry's egregious monetisation practices in the past.
During a recent interview at PAX Australia with the folks at Gamespot, CD Projekt Red studio head John Mamais discussed Cyberpunk 2077 and reaffirmed the studios' position against the use of microtransactions. Mamais hit the nail on the head, stating "I think it's a bad idea to do microtransactions after you release a game. It seems like it's very profitable, though. It's probably a hard decision for the guy that runs the business to decide if we should do it or not. But if everyone hates it, why would we do something like that and lose the goodwill of our customers?"
If you've played any game in the last five years, you've likely encountered more than your fair share of shady money-grabbing systems. More and more games are at the mercy of people in suits and shareholders, who push developers to include ways to further squeeze hard-earned dollars from its player base. While plenty of outlets and gamers are rallying against these morally-defunct practices, the fact that companies are still raking in cash from microtransactions.
Following the massive black hole event that saw the game world disappear, a trailer has leaked showing what players can expect from Fortnite when it inevitably returns.
Currently, anyone who attempts to log in is greeted by a black hole and is unable to do anything. Rumours have been rife, alluding to the game coming back as Fortnite: Chapter 2. Thanks to the recently leaked video, it looks like the rumours were spot-on. Check out the leaked trailer below.
After a number of leaks regarding loot boxes and microtransactions for the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, an Infinity Ward dev has come out to set the record straight.
Joel Emslie, the game's art director took to Reddit in order to put these rumours to bed.
"Sigh. There continues to be misinformed and incorrect info being pushed about Modern Warfare," Emslie wrote. "What I can say right now is that we are definitely NOT working on any kind of supply drop or loot box system."
“Sekiro represents a drastic change to the formula we've all become so intimate with. Combat is an entirely different beast and is arguably the best I've encountered in a From Software title.”
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