Zombie-killing fans have been hearing a lot about the purportedly very large expansion pack for this year’s surprisingly excellent game Dying Light. But we haven’t actually seen that much of it yet. Developer Techland put out a 15 minute gameplay video for the DLC today, and it looks, well, game-changing.
The Sims 4 is releasing its first “Stuff Pack” next week on May 19th for $10, EA has announced. It’s a “Luxury Pack,” which means it adds a bunch of fancy high-end furniture and clothing to the game, as well as two objects with new Sim actions associated with them: a drinking fountain and a banquet table. Snazzy!
The Sims 4 is getting its first full-blown expansion pack in April, developer EA announced today. Known as "Get To Work," the pack adds new jobs with full-blown workplace locations you can actually visit and play around in. That's pretty darn exciting. Less thrilling is the $40 price tag.
After weeks of fan speculation about a possible expansion for The Sims 4, players got an answer from its creator today. Yes, the game is getting its first batch of paid DLC soon. But it's not a full "expansion" like the ones previous Sims games received. Rather, it's a "Game Pack," and it sounds sort of fishy.
Don't Starve's expansion pack, Reign of the Giants, is coming to the PS4 on July 22nd, developer Klei Entertainment has announced. The new stuff will cost you $4.99, unless you're a PlayStation Plus member. Then you get a snazzy ten percent discount at launch.
It seems a few players were a little upset with the way the most recent installment of SimCity turned out. Today a survey is making the rounds suggesting several potential features and expansions that might transform Maxis' train-wreck into the game we wanted in the first place.
Eschewing the normal practice of releasing intermittent "piecemeal" map packs, DICE intends to deliver three completely new experiences to Battlefield 3 players this year in the form of a trio of expansion packs, delivering new game modes, "innovative" gameplay, and unique environments with each release. It's maps…
It could become the never-ending game.