Distant Stars is a new story pack which transports players to uncharted solar systems. For $9.99, the pack should add new content and features to Stellaris including a sealed jump lane in the gateway network leading to a mysterious sector.
Every week, numerous games launch on Xbox One, but which ones really stand out? Here are some of the biggest and most anticipated titles launching across Microsoft’s platforms next week, starting May 21, 2018. Next week we have one new "AAA" game.
The Prey reboot wasn't the resounding commercial success Bethesda hoped for, but that doesn't mean we won't see future content from the franchise in the future. Hopefully the publisher will reveal the expansion before E3 2018 now that we know.
As tensions continue to build between the Destiny community and developer Bungie, you can't help but look back at 2012's Borderlands 2 to see how it succeeds where Destiny and Destiny 2 have failed. Bungie could learn a lot from those games.
Recently, Square Enix invited select outlets to preview Kingdom Hearts III and the results are rather interesting. According to publications like Tom's Guide, the game runs at 60 FPS. The only platform we got footage from was Xbox One X.
Microsoft recently revealed the which is specifically designed for people with disabilities or limited mobility. This was a long-awaited product because over a billion individuals live with some form of disability around the world.
While drag racing is already a part of Forza Motorsport 7, it's rather cumbersome because, instead of simply tweaking your ride and jumping back into the race, you have to reload the entire track again and wait for a really long time.
It seems like the Hungering Deep will add a new creature like a massive shark or crab claw. You can summon it by working with other galleons and playing music. However, the old pirate's words are rather cryptic so playing music might not.
In this creative and expansive adventure game, you play as a captain of a British train that can fly in space and explore the galaxy. And while the title still has kinks that need ironing out, you should definitely keep it on your radar.
Activision touted Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII as the most "replayable" Call of Duty: Black Ops game to date, and this is accomplished by including many modes and maps. Unfortunately, there wasn't any word on a campaign.
The trailer features glorious destruction but, above all, it highlights how destructive the motorcycle is. You can use it to quickly maneuver through vehicles, jump higher, and destroy your opponents by landing on top of them.