Yesterday I complained about not being able to replay the animated intro and prologue mission in Battleborn. Now I can, thanks to a game update so stealthy I didn’t even have to reboot.
When Quantum Break launched earlier this month the PC version had plenty of problems, including poor performance, forced upscaling and the lack of a button to exit the game. Today’s 27GB update goes some way towards making the port not as horrible.
Today’s new Ratchet & Clank game is a re-imagining of the first game in the series, but it’s also a tie-in with an animated movie that doesn’t hit theaters until April 29. Sony disabled sharing late game movie cinematics just in the nick of time.
On Tuesday, March 15, just a few days after Diablo II got its first patch since 2011, Warcraft III will get its first patch since 2011. Blizzard’s classic games group is kicking all sorts of ancient ass these days.
Finally something to do with the Warlock-only equipment that’s been dropping since NCsoft’s martial arts MMO launched in North America back in January.
Minecraft’s 1.9 patch—known as the Combat Update—has been in development at Mojang for well over year, and it’s arriving on PC today. So what exactly does it bring to the table? Let’s take a look.
Ahead of next month’s DLC, the first Rocket League patch is live, and it brings some vital fixes.
Last week, Ubisoft said that it was planning to release a major patch to fix many ongoing problems with Assassin's Creed Unity today—as in Monday, December 15th. Now, the developers have announced via their live updates page, "we are choosing to hold off until we can give you the improvements we've promised."
In honor of the people who purchased a bajillion copies of a game that simulates goats poorly, this Thursday developer Coffee Stain Studios is releasing Goat Simulator update 1.2, AKA Goat MMO Simulator. Really.
The Dark Portal as we know it has closed, as Blizzard's decade-old MMORPG prepares for next month's fifth expansion pack. The world has changed. Your characters may have changed. Here's what's new before the new-new.
Now that PlayStation 4 players have had time to enjoy the more "casual" content of Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition, it's time to get down to some serious endgame business. Patch 2.1.0 is will be available on the console today. Legendary loot follows.
In the midst of the big news that the Loot Cave is no more are a few other nuggets of news of things Bungie has planned for Destiny. More notably, for instance, that they'll be giving players an option to communicate with other guardians they've been matched with in strikes and in the Crucible.
2.1.0 brings with it a competitive game mode based on Diablo II's online ladders, called Seasons, and a new type of endgame dungeon: Greater Rifts.
Role-players and giant chicken aficionados rejoice! Today's the day Final Fantasy XIV's "defenders of Eorzea" patch arrives, giving players private rooms, the ability to raise chocobos, and plenty of questing and hunting to keep others occupied while you're in your private rooms.
Watch Dogs ' first major patch is coming soon, says publisher Ubisoft. As soon as next week, players on various platforms will see improvements in the way the hit game looks and plays.
It's a general rule that most constantly-connnected competitive shooters will evolve and change a whole lot in their lifetimes. Titanfall's the newest king of the hill in FPSland and the hit game is no exception. There's a new patch inbound for the hit game and it's reconfiguring a lot of stuff. Among other things,…