GTFO made a big splash at 2017's The Game Awards with a reveal trailer that promised a captivating and intense four-player survival-horror experience set for release in 2018. That release date didn't come to pass, and now developer 10 Chambers Collective has announced GTFO will be undergoing a series of alpha and beta tests leading up to the game's eventual Steam Early Access launch.
Respawn Entertainment shimmied their way into the headlines a couple of months ago when they sneak launched Apex Legends. The squad based battle royale has seemingly done the impossible since then - got an Internet full of people talking about a shooter that isn't Fortnite. Over the past couple weeks, the talk was increasingly about "what's coming next." It's been rumored for awhile that something big was coming, and just as the original game launched, Season 1 of Apex will crash onto the scene just hours after it was announced.
Corporations, with their fountain of resources and peerless edge in innovative technology, will be the first steps into the void of possibilities. If that goes anything like Satisfactory, the new survival sim from Coffee Stain Games (Goat Simulator), then we at least know those steps will be messy ones.
PAX East is almost here, and with it will come awesome gaming news! The internet has been abuzz with rumors as to which games may be revealed during the event, and it will be interesting to see which of those rumors turn out to be true or not. Below, I've compiled some of the most exciting news leading up to PAX East!
Two Point Hospital is the spiritual successor to the cult classic 1997 hit Theme Hospital, wherein players are whisked away into the hustling and bustling world of hospital administration. From there, they have to construct and maintain their own hospital by building rooms, hiring staff to look after patients, and looking after the books to make sure there's enough money circulating to keep the hospital open in the first place.
The Division 2 has officially launches today, despite players who pre-ordered the Gold or Ultimate editions of the game having had access to the game since Tuesday. For new players jumping into the game, I've provided a list of helpful tips to get you started on your adventure!
Welcome back to Gamepedia, dear readers, for another slice of that delicious, can't-be-beat treat that is our Weekly Official Wiki Roundup! We're back once again with a new collection of goodies that we've added to the ranks of our Official Wiki collection. As usual, there's a cool new game for everyone, whether you dig MMOs or more unique joints with colorful and trippy design. See what's on offer this week by scrolling down – we promise, as usual, you won't be disappointed!
Hades has received the Murder Death Kill update, which is the third major update to the game--and easily wins the award for the best update name. This update adds a new power, character, enemies, bosses, and tons of balance changes to existing content in the game.
Aching to head back into the days of the Wild West? Feel like bein' a cowboy or cowgirl is in your bones? Looks like you're gonna want to ride on into Outlaws of the Old West, a PC-based massively multiplayer survival MMO that's teeming with items to collect, bandits to defeat, and allies to round up. Shoot, partner, it's even got a way for you to build your own homestead!
Despite a rocky launch and a slew of teething problems, Fallout 76’s team seems determined to keep the game alive. Apart from the usual optimizations and balancing changes, players exploring Appalachia will get to take a walk on the wild side: Over the next three months, Wild Appalachia, the first content drop for Fallout 76, will be added to the game, introducing new gameplay features, game modes, events, and even Vaults.