Today’s 4.15 update for Final Fantasy XIV adds a massive new 48-person player-versus-player battle mode, but that’s not important. Bards can play music now. It’s beautiful and horrifying.
Switch launch game Super Bomberman R might not have been everyone’s favorite, but it’s still getting love. Today’s 2.0 update adds a brand-new 3-on-3 Grand Prix battle mode, fixes some bugs, and adds characters and accessories based on Konami classics like Rumble Roses and Silent Hill.
Halo 5's Overtime update arrives tomorrow, adding Oddball multiplayer mode and 4K textures. Starting around 4:00pm you’ll finally be able to run around with a human skull in your hands for a few seconds before getting lit up. The update will also add more commendations and re-balance some weapons.
The final update for Gearbox’s failed hero shooter Battleborn arrived last week, tweaking game mechanics slightly, fixing a few bugs and adding some new skins and taunts before closing the door on continued development. It did not have a good run.
After over a year’s wait, the Pyro is getting a new set of tools.
The latest episode of Telltale Games’ Batman: The Enemy Within has been updated, replacing artwork that included an image of assassinated Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov. The new artwork appears to be a cropped version of the original.
Final Fantasy XIV gets its biggest update since the Stormblood expansion tomorrow, with the launch of patch 4.1, “The Legend Returns.” Not only are players getting new player housing, NPC dungeons and a continuation of the main storyline, they’re also taking a trip to Final Fantasy XII’s Rabenastre, courtesy of guest…
Street Fighter V is scheduled to receive a free Arcade Edition update on January 16, 2018. This add-on will include the classic arcade mode fans have asked for since launch, a second V-Trigger for each cast member, refurbished aesthetics, and more.
Following negative player feedback, Turn 10 Studios plans to make Forza Motorsport 7's VIP program a great deal again. An update is in the works that will replace five-time use double credit “mod cards” with the always-on double race rewards of earlier games.
Players take the fight to the Burning Legion’s home world in World of Warcraft 7.3, Shadows of Argus. The massive update will launch on live servers starting with North America on August 29.
No Man’s Sky has been updated for the third time since Atlas Rises. The 1.33 patch fixes a lot of small issues, like missing mission markers and text truncation. It also makes it so the terrain editor isn’t built with a full charge—dammit.
H1Z1: Just Survive, the companion game to H1Z1: King of the Kill, is now simply called Just Survive, separating it from the H1Z1 universe. The rebranding arrives with today’s massive update, which introduces player-built strongholds to the game. Check out the update notes here.
As No Man’s Sky has developed, it’s struggled to balance the appeal of its mystery with the utility that makes it playable. With today’s update, Atlas Rising, it feels like the game has finally struck that balance.
The latest update to the Xbox One’s dashboard is rolling out to preview program alpha members today, adding cool new features like a modernized community page, a revised guide menu and the ability for players to build their own home page using custom “content blocks.”
The Switch’s battery indicator has been faulty for some since launch. Some users’ battery will appear to drop to 1% rapidly, even though the battery itself works just fine. With the Switch’s most recent update Nintendo has offered a fix, but it’s a little tedious.
The promised connectivity patch for Tekken 7 is now live on PlayStation 4, and I’m finally getting into more matches than I’m getting disconnected from. Look for the update to hit Xbox One and PC next week.
Having trouble connecting to other players online in Tekken 7? Bandai Namco is working on a patch to fix those issues. The PlayStation 4 patch should be out by the end of this week, with the Xbox One and PC versions arriving next week.
The next mainline Dota 2 patch hit the game’s servers today, and with it came a litany of balance changes meant to address the most pressing concerns in the wake of the Kiev Major. With The International 7 looming on the horizon, it’s time to fine-tune the game that will be played for millions in prizes—and Valve…
World of Warcraft gets one of its biggest updates yet on Tuesday, as the Legion expansion’s demon war reaches a fever pitch. Update 7.2 gives players a chance to take the battle directly to the demons’ front door, when they aren’t busy learning to fly, battling through the pet dungeon or engaging in new PVP brawls.