Gargamel Shmidth (@LoccOtHaN) was drawn as this week's winner!
Ubisoft have shared details about For Honor's development schedule and what we can expect for the rest of the year, including dedicated servers.
Competitive play with a duel tournament feature, ranked 4v4 matches and a brand new 4v4 PvP game mode will be added in the coming months, as well as a "more robust" training mode for players to hone their skills.
On top of these features, balancing tweaks and other quality of life improvements will make their way to For Honor after being tested via public test environments on PC, which has already begun.
Looking forward to some new content? Share your thoughts with us over in the forums or leave a comment below.
Online subscription service PlayStation Plus will see a price increase from 31 August, but current subscriptions won't be affected.
Those wanting to stock up will be happy to know that CD Keys have a 12 month subscription at £37.89 and by purchasing using this affiliate link you'll be helping us out a little.
Membership will still entitle players to six free games each month, two for PS4, two for PS3 and two for PS Vita.
How do you feel about the price increase? Is it still good value for money? Let us know below or over in the forums.
Ubisoft have announced that the limbless hero will be making his way to Nintendo Switch later this year and a free demo will be releasing in the summer.
With the device undocked, players can use the touch screen to take out enemies, manipulate platforms, cut ropes and more.
There's also new features planned for Kung Foot, the football mini-game for up to four people, and online leaderboards allow players to see how they compare to the rest of the world in a variety of challenges.
Looking forward to Rayman's Switch debut? Let us know over in the forums or the comments below.
It won’t be long before Xbox One users are slaying hordes of Zeds in Tripwire Interactive’s co-op survival shooter, Killing Floor 2.
The game will also support Xbox One X when it launches on 7 November, featuring a number of visual and performance upgrades on Microsoft’s upcoming console, such as 4K support and increased shadow-fade-out distance. There’s also customised Mixer support for streamers to look forward to.
Killing Floor 2 is out 29 August on Xbox One and will cost ₤34.99 or regional equivalent. Let us know your thoughts on the game’s impending arrival on Xbox One below.
Kang the Conqueror, the game's main antagonist, is a time-traveller who has stolen numerous cities from across time and space to form the world of Chronopolis.
TT Games also revealed that a brand new character has been created in tandem with Marvel Games. Carnom is a fusion of Carnage and Venom and is a completely new character, unique to LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2.
Other characters that have been confirmed include Howard the Duck (and his Iron Duck variant), Gwenpool (the fan favourite amalgam of Gwen Stacy and Deadpool), Vulture, Cosmo the Spacedog, Doctor Octopus, Forbush Man, Greenskyn Smashtroll, Throg, Medusa and Lockjaw.
Pre-ordering the Deluxe Edition, which contains the game and season pass, will grant early access to the Guardians of the Galaxy pack.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 launches 17 November on Xbox One, PS4, Switch and PC.
You can share your thoughts on the trailer below or over in the forums.
Switch owners can tuck into some culinary-based couch co-op later this week with the arrival of Ghost Town Games’ award-winning multiplayer title, Overcooked.
There’s also nine versus levels for up to four players to battle it out on, and more than twenty different characters to choose from, including a robot, a French bulldog and a dinosaur.
Overcooked: Special Edition is out Thursday 27 July and costs £15.99 / $19.99 / €19,99. Will you be picking this up on the Switch? Let us know below.
Our winner this time around is Giuseppe Maielli (@GiuseppeM8)!
Behold ye mortals! We have returned to bring you more coop gameplay action in the third episode of our incredibly varied Let's Play series.
This week Gabriella and James are trying out the general mayhem of Sunset Overdrive, a slightly long in the tooth but highly underrated Xbox One exclusive from a few years back, and developed by none other than Insomniac Games, the gang who are now using the smarts they picked up beating this game into shape to create the new Spider-Man game for Sony.
Have a look at the complete episode below, in which we are - as usual - quite incompetent when it comes to dispatching evil nasties, who in this game are just people who drank too much orange soda...I mean Overcharge.
If you enjoy it, please like and subscribe and comment and all those nice things, so that we can continue exploring new titles for you from the Xbox Game Pass catalogue.
You can also watch the entire series so far with our handy playlist.
THQ Nordic have unveiled a trailer for Sine Mora EX, a remastered version of the original title.
The graphics have been updated since its first outing in 2012, and there are a few new features that have been added:
Sine Mora EX releases 8 August on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. A Switch version will be coming later this summer.
Are you a fan of the genre? Looking to pick this up? Let us know below or over in the forums.