A UK Microsoft store listing for FoamPunch's Shredders has revealed a new release date of March 17th. A Steam release has also been announced.
Released on January 20th, the co-op shooter was also reportedly the fourth most popular console game on Xbox Game Pass in the United States.
Due to spawning issues and lack of effective cover, 343 Industries has pulled the map from Ranked play and will make changes to improve it.
Castle sieges are available to try out along with the Edit Mode for creating custom Officers. The latter can also be transferred into the full game.
Several clips have emerged showcasing various magic attacks, weapon arts, and ashes of wars from the upcoming FromSoftware open-world action RPG.
Crytek has gone ahead and officially confirmed that a fourth entry in the sci-fi first person shooter series is finally in the works.
According to a job listing, the shooter might follow a free-to-play model and could launch for PC, mobile, and consoles.
Crytek recently took to Chinese social media site Bilibili and seemed to confirm that a new Crysis game is in the works.
Capcom's survival horror sequel continues to enjoy steady sales, having now sold over 5.7 million units since its launch in May 2021.
Racing fans have plenty to look forward to in the coming years with both realistic simulations and arcade titles. Check out 15 of them here.
Life Is Strange: Remastered Collection's first gameplay trailer showcases updated environments and facial textures ahead of its imminent February release date.
Updated visuals for characters and environments along with full facial motion-capture are on display in Deck Nine's upcoming remastered collection.
A new report quashes hopes of a Star Wars Battlefront 3, and states that EA will be focusing on its own IP once Respawn's three Star Wars games are out.
A full-fledged sequel to the free-to-play battle royale shooter is allegedly in the works, and will release for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC.
A Bloomberg report states that contractual obligations will see Activision releasing at least three new Call of Duty games on PlayStation despite its impending acquisition by Xbox.
Playground Games' acclaimed open world racer continues to go from strength to strength, having amassed over 18 million players since launch.
Microsoft announces that Halo Infinite has amassed over 20 million players across its campaign and multiplayer since launch.
Sets of Challenges will also be released in March and May while the first paid story DLC arrives in June. Additional updates and content are also planned.
Along with completed missions, there will also be co-op content like special dungeons and raids that players can tackle together.
The stylish side-scrolling skateboarding platformer is out on February 8th for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, PC and Nintendo Switch.