Bethesda plans to help Arkane continuously work on and improve Redfall to recreate the success of The Elder Scrolls Online and Fallout 76.
Though we're big fans of developers choosing to step out of their comfort zone, it doesn't always work out the way it should.
Compelling moments can draw players into a game, but regardless of their brilliance, there are some you just don't want to experience again.
For all the gorgeous-looking games launched this year, there have been more than a few titles with underwhelming visuals.
The year has seen several exceptional games, but there have also been some flops. Check out 15 of the very worst here.
Even in a year as excellent for gaming as 2023 has been, there have been more than a few disappointing releases.
The beleaguered and widely panned vampire first person shooter hasn't sold very well, according to Microsoft.
Arkane Austin won't be shuttered following Redfall's failure, Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty says.
Whether it's poor optimization, excessive crashes, bugs or unstable frame rates, these ports suffered it all and then some.
Players should now encounter more enemies in the open world and feel threatened by The Rook, Cultists and Bellwether mercenaries.
Leadership allegedly assured the team things would get "exponentially better once the final art was implemented, and the bugs were fixed."
By the time development on Redfall was completed, 70 percent of the staff who worked on Prey had allegedly left the studio.
These exclusives fell way short of expectations, making them a complete disaster.
What are the best weapons in Redfall and how do you get them? Find out here, along with all the different Stakes you can get.
Here's how to get all the Achievements in Arkane Austin's looter shooter, which is available for Xbox Series X/S and PC.
Each of the four playable characters in Arkane's co-op shooter has unique abilities and upgrades. Check them all out here.
Hotfix v1.01 is mostly about backend improvements, updating game server heartbeat logic for "improved backend communication."
Arkane's open world shooter is a letdown in many ways- here are a few of them.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer says mock reviews conducted during development suggested the game would score at least in the 70s.
Phil Spencer says the company will "continue to work" on it and takes "full responsibility for launching a game that needs to be great."