We know that Fallout 76, the latest in Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic shooter series, will be an always-online multiplayer game set in West Virginia. Beyond that, how the game’s open world will be laid out and what exactly it will look like remains a mystery. But that hasn’t stopped fans from combing through every little…
Operation Para Bellum is now live on PC and console and brings with it a new patch which, among other things, has removed the ability to throw grenades back at enemies. In addition to new operators, this update also adds the Villa map, a mafia safe house on a country estate that looks absolutely lovely.
Players are working their way through God of War’s endgame for every secret and bonus, and one has been found in an unlikely place: a cloth map that came with the game’s two collector’s editions.
Every competitive game has its more memorable maps. Blood Gulch, Facing Worlds, 2Fort, and also, de_dust2. More well-known as simply Dust II, the map has been around for most of Counter-Strike’s life and is considered one of the best, most balanced maps in the game. Now, it’s back in active duty.
After playing PUBG’s genuinely awesome new map earlier this week, I decided to embrace my battle royale fever and play some Fortnite as well. Relearning that game’s particular rhythm and playstyle has been fun but there’s one problem: I hate the in-game map.
This year’s theme for The International is all about the ocean: there are aquatic cosmetics and a campaign about a sea-dwelling monster called Siltbreaker. But this year’s special map, Reef’s Edge, caused a stir in the Dota 2 community during TI7's kickoff.
The biggest challenge in Micro, the “fun” multiplayer map in Call of Duty: Black Ops III’s final batch of downloadable content, is pulling yourself away from the massive cupcakes and copious amounts of alcohol long enough to shoot other people.
Pictured above: six kilometers by six kilometers of pure magnificence, in Minecraft map form.
Norwegian computer programmer and skydiving champion Kjetil Nordin put over 800 hours of work into researching and crocheting this lovely recreation of the map for Super Mario Bros. 3 World 1. Redditor Buttermynuts spent several minutes making it into this equally lovely GIF.
Twelve world wonders, strewn across a massive landmass, all overrun with monsters. And it's your job to clear them out, of course.
Watch Dogs releases next week, but you don't have to wait until then to see how big its digital version of Chicago is.
Designer Dave Delisle did a really great job recreating the Washington DC Metro Line as a Super Mario Bros 3 world map. With its 86 stations as separate levels, Washington's Metro would be an extremely long Mario game (and a damn good one, with names like The Pentagon).
It's dark, it's light, it's green, it's red. It's full of aliens that want to eat you (or marines that need to be eaten). And there's a bar where you can go to wash away your woes of losses in liquid happiness. Meet the reveal of the new Docking map. You can play it as of sometime tonight (potentially tomorrow) when…
Konami came close to a satisfying 3D Castlevania experience with Lord of Shadows, it was missing a certain something. Something that Nick "Nario" Hagman found in Minecraft by recreating the entire original game, block-by-block.
Take a whirlwind tour of the Mediterranean on January 24 when Ubisoft releases the Mediterranean Traveller Map Pack for Assassin's Creed: Revelations, featuring three brand-new killing floors and a handful of Brotherhood leftovers.
One of Mafia II's drawbacks was the extremely long driving times often required by a map that spread mission points very far apart. L.A. Noire will be twice the size - eight square miles to Empire Bay's four - and will require 30 minutes to traverse by car.
Zip-lines, collapsing ice bridges and auto-turrets are all coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer next month, if you game on an Xbox 360.
You are here. You may slay virtual zombies there. This is the official map for next month's kill-zombies-in-fake-Las-Vegas game, Dead Rising 2. Via the official Capcom blog. Click it to enlarge it.
If we're going to complain about Modern Warfare 2 DLC including older maps, should we also complain about the return of the original Lost Planet's Frozen Wasteland as one of two maps in Lost Planet 2's second map pack?