Bethesda says Rage 2, Doom Eternal, and more will definitely be available on Steam

about X hours ago from
Bethesda says Rage 2, Doom Eternal, and more will definitely be available on Steam

Rage 2, Doom Eternal, and other upcoming Bethesda titles won't be exclusive to the company's own launcher on PC, and will, says the publisher, definitely be available on Steam.

That might seem like a rather random proclamation, but the news follows Bethesda's decision last year to sell its multiplayer Fallout spin-off, Fallout 76, exclusively via Bethesda.net - a move which many assumed would be the publisher's de facto position for its future PC titles, despite Pete Hines' assertion in a chat with IGN that the company 'hadn't decided' what it's plans for other games would be.

However, Bethesda has now confirmed that its upcoming slate of titles - specifically, Rage 2, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, and Doom Eternal - will also be made available via Steam. Additionally, should there be any Steam users still gagging to play the beleaguered Fallout 76, that's coming to Valve's store front "later this year".

Review: The Walking Dead - The Final Season: Take Us Back

about X hours ago from
Review: The Walking Dead - The Final Season: Take Us Back

And so, this is it. After four intense seasons, the series formerly known as Telltale's The Walking Dead has reached its sombre climax. We have watched lead protagonist Clementine grow from a frightened child - having endured horrors no-one should ever have to experience - into a strong, confident young woman. Now the guardian of A.J., an angry and confused kid, Clementine's life and lessons have led to this final stand in a dangerous and frightening world.

When Telltale's The Walking Dead first launched back in 2012, its modern blending of "Choose Your Own Adventure" books, point-and-click games, and dramatic, TV-style storytelling earned critical praise, big bucks sales, and numerous Game of the Year awards. As we know, this then led to a huge catalogue of titles from the Californian developer, hit-and-miss affairs which would ultimately lead to the studio's unfortunate demise in 2018, right in the middle of The Walking Dead's fourth and final season.

Time Trouble

about X hours ago from
Time Trouble

During today's State of Play stream, Sony revealed the newest trailer for Mortal Kombat 11, this time focusing heavily on the game's story mode. This one in particular focuses on the time-travel aspect of the game, bringing together the characters from the 1990s with their modern versions. Zombie Liu Kang is not really a fan of old school Raiden it turns out and Kung Lao learns the hard lesson that just because you cut off someone's head doesn't mean they're gone for good.

Check out the trailer below.

You can check out our always-updating roster of Mortal Kombat 11 characters right here to see if your favorite is in the newest iteration of the game. Mortal Kombat 11 releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on April 23.

Sony State of Play 3/25 – Iron Man VR

about X hours ago from
Sony State of Play 3/25 – Iron Man VR

Kicking off Sony’s first ever State of Play show, Camouflaj’s Iron Man VR was unveiled for the first time today. In development for two years at the Seattle-based studio, Iron Man VR…

No Man’s Sky Beyond to add Steam VR support this summer

about X hours ago from
No Man’s Sky Beyond to add Steam VR support this summer

At least half of the joy of No Man’s Sky is soaking in its strange alien landscapes that its algorithms have generated for you. I reckon that sightseeing should be all the more impressive in virtual reality. During a Sony live-stream, Hello Games unveiled one more feature of their upcoming free expansion, Beyond – full […]

There's an official Iron Man game coming to PSVR later this year

about X hours ago from
There's an official Iron Man game coming to PSVR later this year

If you've finally exhausted the sticky fingered thrills of tossing yourself about New York in your best Spider-Man gear, do not despair. There's more Marvel superhero action coming to PlayStation 4 in the form of Iron Man VR.

As you can probably surmise from its name, Iron Man VR is a PSVR game built entirely around everybody's favourite sassy playboy billionaire, Tony Stark. What that amounts to in real terms, I could not possibly say just yet - although the semi-cinematic trailer that Sony's unveiled during its State of Play livestream today had a whole lot of sky-high shooting.

According to a brisk post on Marvel's official blog, Iron VR sees Tony Stark confronting "ghosts from his past" that "seek to ruin him and everything he stands for", and pits players against "iconic allies and Super Villains as they jet around the globe on a heroic mission to save not only Stark Industries, but the world itself".