Backwoods Entertainment are bringing their indie title Unforeseen Incidents to Nintendo Switch later this year following a successful launch on PC, Mac and Linux.
Pendrell soon finds himself caught up in a fight for the future of mankind as he attempts to expose the truth and save the world from a deadly pandemic.
Those of you heading to EGX Rezzed in London next month will be able to see the Switch version in action, where it’ll be playable in the Downstairs Indie Room.
Have you played Unforeseen Incidents? Looking forward to the Switch version? Let us know below.
Here's a chance to fulfil your spellcasting fantasies with The Wizards - Enhanced Edition on PlayStation VR.
Hello Games have revealed the first details of No Man’s Sky’s next big update, which releases sometime this summer.
Murray was keen to stress that the addition of an online component does not mean the game is becoming an MMO.
“Whilst this [No Man’s Sky Online] brings people together like never before, and has many recognisable online elements, we don’t consider No Man’s Sky to be an MMO – it won’t require a subscription, won’t contain microtransactions, and will be free for all existing players.”
For the time being, there’s little information about what else Beyond will feature, but more details are set to be unveiled “in the coming weeks.”
What do you think No Man’s Sky’s “most ambitious chapter so far” will include? Let us know below or in the forums.
Rebellion have confirmed a follow up to Sniper Elite 4 is currently in development, along with a standalone VR title that’s being worked on by Just Add Water (Oddworld, Gravity Crash).
The remaster will have “stunning new visuals and a host of new features,” including 4K and HDR support. It’ll also include new playable characters, a photo mode, online multiplayer for up to 16 players and comes with all previously released DLC.
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered launches sometime later this year. You can check out the trailer below.
Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition also arrives in 2019, along with all previously released content and a few Switch-exclusive features, such as local wireless multiplayer and motion control support.
Be sure to let us know what you think of all the Sniper Elite news below or over in the forums.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Turtle Rock Studios (Evolve, Left 4 Dead) have announced that a "next-gen co-operative FPS" is being developed for Xbox One, PS4 and PC, with other platforms a possibility.
Founders packs, pre-order bonuses and DLC are being considered but the main focus, for now, is creating a "great, complete, fun game."
More information on the story/lore will be revealed in time. Hopefully we'll get some screenshots to boot.
Keep an eye on Turtle Rock Studios' official Discord to stay up to date.
What are you expecting from Back 4 Blood? Share your speculations below or over in the forums.
Ahead of last Thursday's Kombat Kast, a new story trailer premiered, shedding light on the time-bending narrative of Mortal Kombat 11 and its mysterious antagonist, Kronika.
Three more characters have been added to the roster. Cassie Cage, Jacqui Briggs and Erron Black will all be returning for their second outing. You can see Cassie in action below.
If you'd like a more in-depth rundown, Kano and Ms. Cage were the stars of the show in Kombat Kast 4. You can catch up on all streams so far over at NetherRealm Studios' Twitch channel.
Mortal Kombat 11 launches 23 April on Xbox One, PS4, Switch and PC.
What do you make of the story trailer? Like how the roster is shaping up? Let us know below or over in the forums.
343 Industries have announced that a PC version of Halo: The Master Chief Collection is in the works and Halo: Reach is being added to the compendium.
343 are hoping to deliver a "first class" experience on PC, with plans for platform native features such as "excellent mouse and keyboard controls, support for multiple resolutions and aspect ratios, field-of-view sliders, and adjustable framerates," along with controller support.
Reach will be added on Xbox One via the "Intelligent Delivery" feature. The multiplayer content (including Forge and Theater) will be automatically included for everyone who owns The Master Chief Collection, whilst the Campaign and Firefight content will be offered as a premium add-on. Game Pass members can expect the entirety of Reach to be included with their subscription.
Over on PC, Campaign, Firefight and Multiplayer are going to be packaged together for purchase.
Are you planning to revisit Halo: Reach or maybe experience it for the first time? Let us know below or over in the forums.