If anyone says that this is "just a shoe", I'm going to lose my mind.
Crystal Dynamics has said it is creating its own take on Spider-Man for the upcoming release of Marvel's Avengers.
The Analogue Pocket will begin shipping next May with more handhelds expected to be produced when possible.
Halo Infinite is officially confirmed to now feature a multiplayer game mode that is entirely free, to the surprise of many.
League of Legends still has a community that is far too filled with players look to ruin the game for everyone, but Riot is now making some big changes.
Despite boasting no post-launch DLC or add-on content, Sekiro is getting re-released in Japan in a new GOTY iteration.
Splinter Cell is finally coming back, but its next appearance will be in the form of a TV series on Netflix from the writer of John Wick.
Hyper Scape Season 1 officially begins in just a few short weeks, and it'll bring with it a new launch on consoles as well.
Sekiro has now reached 5 million in lifetime sales, which is pretty impressive for a relatively niche new IP.
The summer of neverending game announcements has proven to be more beneficial for some publishers viewership-wise compared to E3.
Achievements are finally coming to the Epic Games Store, but the platform still has quite a bit more it needs to do if it wants to match what its competitors offer.
Clint Barton, otherwise known as Hawkeye, is officially coming to Marvel's Avengers and will be the first of four post-launch Heroes joining the game.
Killjoy is the latest Agent that is heading to Valorant and she might very well be one of the most frustrating characters to deal with so far.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is getting a sizable new update later this year that adds a new game mode, new costumes, and a feature called Remnants.
PSO2 finally comes to Steam on August 5 and will be launching alongside the first major update for the game, Episode 4.
Valve president Gabe Newell says that he prefers Microsoft's Xbox Series X over the PS5 in
Cuphead is available to buy right now on PS4, which the upcoming DLC for the game releasing whenever it is done.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales might end up being a two-in-one package that will also contain 2018's PS4 title remastered for next-gen in the PS5.