Avalanche Software's highly-anticipated open world action RPG launches for current-gen consoles and PC on February 10.
Available for PS4 and Nintendo Switch, the demo features 30 songs across several titles, and progress carries over to the full game.
Capcom will allegedly host media events for both games soon, which means new details on both will be arriving in the near future.
Play as Estelle and explore the world, documenting everything in your journal and meeting a memorable cast of characters.
Nailing an experience's length is easier said and done, and one way or another, these games left a little to be desired on that front.
From remakes and sequels to eagerly awaited releases and VR titles, February is full of exciting titles. Here are ten to look forward to.
Forspoken has launched to widespread criticism, and more than a few aspects of the game have come under heavy fire.
Other features and improvements include Gear Transmog, a Combat Physics and Brutality Upgrade, a new Night Experience, and Parkour Flow.
Though you will have the option to play through all of Redfall solo, you'll still require a persistent online connection to play the shooter.
PlatinumGames will be celebrating the tenth anniversary of its acclaimed action game later this month, the developer has announced.
Techland's Adrian Ciszewski says, "We're not stopping here and will continue to support the game with amazing content for years to come."
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne and Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak are still at +10 million and +5 million sales since launch.
Resident Evil 3 (2020) is currently at 6.4 million units sold, while Resident Evil 7: biohazard has sold 11.7 million units.
The remake releases on March 24th for Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC and features new enemies and weapons, side quests, and more.
The Variable Rate Shading bug is fixed, but there are still issues when playing at 4K, changing settings mid-game, and so on.
Less than six months after launch, pro-wrestling-themed battle royale Rumbleverse is slated to shut its servers down at the end of the month.
After running for just shy of a year, Respawn has announced that Apex Legends Mobile is being shut down on May 1.
A new report indicates that Nintendo might skip E3 this year because of a lack of games, and that Microsoft is still under negotiations for the event.
Despite an earlier report of a reduced sales forecast, Sony has revealed that it will not be reducing production of its upcoming VR headset.
"In order for the team to hit the Respawn quality bar, provide the team the time they need, and achieve the level of polish our fans deserve, we have added six crucial weeks to our release schedule," ...