​Let the Next-Gen Engine for The Division Blow Your Mind Even More

Quick, think of the burliest video game engines that you've seen lately. Frostbite 3. Unreal Engine 4. That Luminous Studio demo Square Enix showed off at E3 2012. Project Cars. Pretty soon, you're going to have to add Snowdrop to that list. » 3/19/14 3:09pm 3/19/14 3:09pm

How The Xbox One And PlayStation 4 Are Changing Multiplayer Games

What does being a next-gen game or hardware mean, exactly? While the answer is kind of murky—in some ways, the coming generation doesn't feel like a huge departure from our current generation of hardware —one of the places we can see concrete changes is when it comes to multiplayer games. » 10/21/13 6:00pm 10/21/13 6:00pm

Five Next-Gen Multiplayer Games You Should Keep An Eye On

While we're still a month away from shifting into new consoles, already we can tell a few key things about what next gen will be all about. There will, for example, be lots of pretty weather effects. We will probably shoot lots of people in the face. Oh, and we'll probably play a ton games with and against each other,… » 10/07/13 6:15pm 10/07/13 6:15pm

The Division's Most Interesting Idea Is Happening On An iPad

The neatest thing about Ubisoft's just-revealed The Division wasn't the graphics (they're fine) or the guns (they shoot stuff) or even the intelligent grenades (they roll around and blow up). It was the way the game works with an iPad. » 6/12/13 2:30pm 6/12/13 2:30pm