The shooter, powered by the Frostbite 3 engine, will also offer a premium digital expansion pack for those that pre-order the game.
Just goes to show that Call of Duty can still do something relatively new.
Microsoft has confirmed that although the Xbox One won’t be “always-on” (thankfully) but it will feature a “pre-owned fee” and no backwards compatibility.
We finally have some Wii U release dates!
Should you invest on the retail re-release of a game barely a year old?
The excitement I felt after the announcement of Assassin’s Creed III was still just not there for Black Flag, however this new gameplay trailer has gone some way to increasing that
Rumoured for months, it’s now official; Gran Turismo 6 is heading to the PlayStation 3.
Following last week’s pitiful outing, this week is far improved.
June’s PlayStation Plus titles also announced.
Even though Rayman Legends was delayed from its March release until August 30 in order to sync-up the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it doesn’t mean it’s going to be any less fantastic.
Activision has officially announced the recently leaked title and confirmed that it will be powered by an all new, next-generation Call of Duty engine that “redefined the series”.
The first of May brings a very strong PlayStation Store update as we jump back and forth in time.