Insiders will get to test the much-wanted VR support for Microsoft Flight Simulator starting in late October or early November, but the requirements are strict.
Staff can redeem the latest game from Bossa Studios using their NHS email address to simulate their job being enjoyable in these hard times.
The shock reveal of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s new Minecraft characters coincided with a Twitter outage as delight poured in.
Nintendo Support tweets out a warning to all those letting their console gather dust – it might not be the same when you return.
The 2015 Horizons expansion is being added to Elite Dangerous in anticipation of its major Odyssey expansion in 2021.
Microsoft’s Game Pass service gets bigger in November.
An almighty 198GB of Xbox Series X is earmarked away from your game storage purposes.
Yakuza 7: Like A Dragon’s turn-based switch-up gets a release date in the West.
The remaster of the prequel to Nier: Automata is the Japanese version unseen in the West.
Rocket League shows the perils and potential of going free to play with its server issues and huge player numbers.
The Metal Gear classics on GOG are looking exactly like they did when they first released. (Which is great, if that’s what you want?)
Among Us 2 is dead, long live Among Us!
PS5 game installs are getting big, just like the console itself, but at least there’s that fast SSD to rely on.
The upgrade path for the Marvel's Spider-Man remaster on PlayStation 5 is nearly as messy as Control's.
New beginnings for former Lab Zero Games developers.
Panic Button Games’ port of id software's acclaimed demon shooter is still coming to Nintendo Switch.
PlayStation CEO and president Jim Ryan doesn't see the Xbox Game Pass model "as sustainable" and doesn't plan to imitate it on PlayStation 5.
Game publisher Bethesda Softworks now owned by Microsoft.
Hogwarts Legacy is embroiled in controversy over its tacit association with the original author of the Wizarding World.
With specifics for the Oculus Quest 2 finally here, it’s also been revealed that the PC-only Oculus Rift headsets will be discontinued in 2021.