Later this month, Halo 5 will expand it’s content selection with three new game types from previous Halo games, including Grifball, Assault, and Fiesta.
Rainbow Six Siege’s first expansion, Operation Black Ice, has been delayed until next month.
GTA Online’s newest update is out today and comes with a host of new options for vehicle enthusiasts and professional criminals alike, including the long awaited lowriders.
There isn’t much news this week, but if you’re a fan of Halo, you’ve got a pretty good amount of news. Other than that, we’ve got news of the up and coming, including the Destiny, GTA, and Nintendo.
Project Spark, the free-to-play game where you can create and play anything has received an update today, and at the forefront of the update is the replacement of the free-to-play model with a totally free platform.
We’re a bit late this week, but to make it up to you, we’ve got something in store, so keep reading.
This week has some pretty plentiful news for releases and trailers. We’ve also got another submission to the Community Created Content section, which you may find below.
Another highlight is the Rainbow Six Siege Beta, which has been extended through to Sunday. Inside this little update of ours, we’ve hidden nine beta codes for the game throughout the update. If you find one, place a comment letting others know that you took it.
Major Nelson gave us a heads-up with the latest line-up of free games for next month, which is filled with Halloween-friendly games.
The latest GTA Online update brings seamless Freemode Events, the Rockstar Editor for consoles, and a Creator Mode update.
Gamescom is back, meaning we are flooded with gaming news this week. This is one of the year’s biggest events in gaming, after E3. Read on to get up-to-date with the gaming industry.