What should have been a guaranteed knockout punch ended up being one of gaming's most high-profile disappointments in recent memory. What the hell happened?
The widely criticized live-service title will no longer be available on digital storefronts after today on consoles and PC.
The Tomb Raider developer confirms it has laid off ten employees as part of recent restructuring efforts by parent company Embracer Group.
A new report shedding light on the development of The Initiative's Perfect Dark reboot claims the game is still in "the earliest" stages of production.
The game will also reportedly make use of "some experimental movement tech" and place an emphasis on narrative.
After four years of production, the Perfect Dark reboot reportedly restarted development last year, having switched to Unreal Engine 5.
Crystal Dynamics provides assurances that its parent company's restructuring program won't affect its ongoing projects.
The two co-op centric Lara Croft games finally seem to be making their way on to the Nintendo Switch soon.
Iron Man's Variable Threat Response Battle Suit should now be available for those who earned a single Trophy/Achievement before April 1st.
The Initiative's Tyler Thornock also worked with Humain to develop a "streamlined and properly interpolating RBF for Unreal."
Hero's Catalysts, Fragment Extractors, Challenge Cards and Shipments are gone, along with numerous endgame changes and bug fixes.
Though previously leaked plans of War Machine DLC won't bear fruit, a free character skin based on the character will be added ahead of the game's closer later this year.
"Witcher-like" has reportedly been thrown around a lot to describe the next Fable, says Video Games Chronicle's Jordan Miller.
A report claims the Embracer Group has shifted the Tomb Raider franchise's rights out to Amazon, shortly after having acquired the series from Square Enix.
A known insider has claimed that Perfect Dark has faced more development hurdles behind the scenes.
The game will get its final content update in March, with support ending entirely in September, after which it will still remain playable to existing owners.
Crystal Dynamics in April last year that the next mainline Tomb Raider title had started development, and was being built on Unreal Engine 5.
The beleaguered multiplayer superhero action game is allegedly about to close up shop, with all future plans having reportedly been shelved.
Currently in early development, Crystal Dynamics' next title in the franchise will be its biggest "most expansive" Tomb Raider yet.
A new report talks about Marvel's Avengers' many development issues, and claims there are currently no plans to release content for the game beyond next year.