Nuketown will be in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Treyarch said during a livestream demoing more of the game’s multiplayer today. Jungle, Summit, and Firing Range from Black Ops, as well as Slums from Black Ops 2, will also be returning, although the new class-based mechanics will no doubt change how they play.
Zombies have invaded Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer for the month of June. Week one’s Infected mode was fun, even if it didn’t always feel balanced.
Nearly two years after it first launched, the space exploration game No Man’s Sky will finally get a proper multiplayer mode, developer Hello Games said last night.
If you’ve been on Call of Duty: WWII recently, you’ve probably realized the hot spot to rack up kills is the Shipment 1944 playlist. The classic-style map is a love-it-or-hate-it experience, as you’re either adding lots of kills to your ratio or just getting blown to pieces on the regular.
Call of Duty: WWII’s Headquarters, created as the game’s mostly non-violent social space, has now been repurposed as a multiplayer game map. It’s definitely a different vibe, but it works for some modes better than it does with others.
Monster Hunter: World added a new elder dragon last night that can only be fought by working together with 16 other players. I was eager to join the hunt until I realized that my hunter rank was too low. I had to slay five more dragons of my own first. In order to accomplish that task overnight, I called on help from…
The second DLC pack for Call of Duty: WWII is now available, taking players to historic Dunkirk, to Egypt, and even up into the sky for some aerial dogfighting—a first for the Call of Duty series, believe it or not.
Five months after the launch of Call of Duty: WWII, the game’s long-awaited Paint Job feature is finally available for crafting the tacky camo of your dreams. For my part, I have created the gun of your nightmares, assuming your nightmares largely revolve around fashion disasters.
Call of Duty: WWII’s March 13 update lets you hunt leprechauns, and it is exactly as ridiculous as it sounds. Sledgehammer Games has launched the “Operation: Shamrock and Awe” event just ahead of Saint Patrick’s Day, so there’s plenty of tacky gear, décor, and trolling leprechauns.
Black Ops III is still receiving new content, and coming back to Treyarch’s 2015 title is a lot of fun. An update on March 5 has added a snowy variant of the Redwood map and the addition of the popular Infected game mode, which became available to play on March 6.
After a bit of maintenance earlier today, For Honor’s dedicated servers finally went live on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Let me tell you: they feel good—real good—and it only took a year for that to happen.
It’s been almost four months since Call of Duty: WWII launched with its ambitious new Headquarters social space, but one promised HQ feature is still missing in action.
It’s only natural to want to share your hobbies with people you love, but video games can sometimes have a barrier of entry based on skill. If you have friends who you’d like to play games with, but haven’t played any before, here’s a few good places to start.
Teaming up with another bruised and bloodied player to take on For Honor’s General Tozen last night was one of the most satisfying things I’ve done in the game in a long time. It’s part of a new mode that publisher Ubisoft says is temporary but that players are already hoping will stick around for good.
Here’s a Call of Duty player who just loves bringing knives to a gunfight.
Call of Duty’s first DLC pack is here, and it brings some much-needed variety to the maps and a (slightly) more interesting Zombies experience. “The Resistance” arrived on January 30 for PlayStation 4, and should be available on Xbox One and PC one month from now.
Slaying a rampaging rathalos with a team of friends is one of Monster Hunter: World’s greatest joys—if you can sort through the menus required to join your pals. The game’s online management is clumsy and poorly explained. Setting up online sessions and sharing codes can be confusing, but it helps you get the precise…
Dragon Ball FighterZ’s multiplayer battles are spectacles filled with blazing-fast combat backed by outstanding netcode. If only getting into one of those battles didn’t involve fumbling about with the game’s clunky multiplayer lobby system.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: The addition of loot boxes to Ghost Recon: Wildlands has been met with a wave of criticism from fans.